FOUNDRY OFFICE HOURS : MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS
We’ve started a big research project in our little office.
We’re screening every Foundry production, dialogue, and community program in chronological order until we’re done. We started October 18th with The Foundry’s first production, W. David Hancock’s Convention of Cartography, and we suddenly realized something was missing. You.
Come join us for any of these. Office hours are now open for the rest of the process.

Mondays @ 6:30 Fridays @ 4:30
Reservations are (spatially) necessary; First come first served.

@ The Foundry Office
140-142 Second Ave. Ste 405 (9th St. & 2nd Ave; next door to Veselka Restaurant)
Note: this is a 3rd Fl walk-up; there is no elevator

All Productions will be screened in full; Dialogues and Community Programs will be excerpted

Friday, December 2nd : Never Again: A Town Meeting on Genocide 2000 [Foundry Dialogues]
On December 9, 1948 The United Nations adopted resolution 260(III)A for the prevention and punishment of the crime of genocide. Responding to the Holocaust this resolution gave rise to the promise of “never again.” Yet mass killings have proliferated, each situation more complex than the last, leaving most of us bewildered as to how to respond.

In the recent accumulated wake of Bosnia, Rwanda, the mutilation of Sierra Leoneons, among other contemporary barbarisms, NEVER AGAIN brought together five world-renowned journalists who have covered war crimes and acts of genocide across the second half of the 20th century: Philip Gourevitch (Rwanda), William Shawcross (Cambodia), Laura Silber (Bosnia), photojournalist Gilles Peress (Bosnia & Rwanda) and NYTimes writer David Reiff. The all-day meeting was structured by four questions tackled both by the speakers and the audience, who together engaged a sustained dialogue addressing the complexity of these global emergencies and the circumstances of how, if or when to respond.

We will explore selections from this unforgettable all day event.

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