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Cinema Politica Concordia Presents: HAITI: WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? and BASEBALL IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA


7:00pm
- 10:00pm
Lundi Janvier 21 2013

Venue: Concordia University
Address: 1455 de Maisonneuve W.
Cost: By donation
Accessibility: Completely accessible

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Join Cinema Politica Concordia for the screening of HAITI: WHERE DID THE MONEY GO, a poignant documentary that questions why so much aid money bought so little relief in Haiti during the aftermath of the devastating earthquake. Following this feature will be the short documentary, BASEBALL IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA, which examines the cholera epidemic raging in Haiti, and one Haitian lawyer's struggle to gain compensation for the victims. This Montreal premiere screening is co-presented by Canada Haiti Action Network & Rézistans Haïtienne and will feature special guest speakers Jennie Walker (producer of HAITI), Marie-Célie Agnant (Haitian writer, poet, novelist and political rights advocate) and Didier Berry (filmmaker, sociologist and activist with MBETV.com).

Organizer:Cinema Politica Concordia

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Artists use color in many different ways. The colors that we see are light waves reflected or absorbed by everything around us. In nature, a rainbow is actually a white light that is broken apart by the moisture in the air.

The nineteenth century was the turning point for the development of color illustration. At the start of the century, books with colored plates were hand colored by the artist using techniques that dates back to the Renaissance. A hundred years later, the steam driven printing press and the photo reproductive techniques took printing out of the hands of the artist and introduced processes which would be used until the computer revolution of today. www

Today’s color printing uses new technologies and techniques such as digital lithography. Color printing today is generally handled using offset lithography. This printing process coats a rubber drum with the color and water necessary to produce the image. The image is then transferred to the offset drum. From the offset drum the image is transferred to the paper or other printable medium. This process makes it possible to transfer color photographs easily.

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