Tuesday, December 29, 2009


A Festival of Rare and Hard to See Films
Organized by Aaron Rose
January 16 – February 20, 2010
Opening Reception Saturday, January 16th, 6 to 9pm
Roberts & Tilton is pleased to present Projections, a festival of rare and hard to see films
organized by Aaron Rose. Opening on Saturday, January 16th and running through February 20,
2010, Projections will feature short and feature length films by 31 of the most influential
filmmakers of our time.

Statement from Projections Organizer Aaron Rose:
There are few things that move people as much as seeing a great film. As the organizer of
this festival I use the term "film" loosely here as I do the word "festival", because in this
context, I do not necessarily refer only to feature films. In fact some of the most inspiring
films I've ever seen have been under five minutes long. Projections is a celebration of these
types of works. While the focus of this collection is mostly on young filmmakers, I have also
chosen to include some masters from the past who, for many reasons, have created things
that have moved me in some way. Additionally, it is my hope that by removing all these films
from their usual theatrical setting, and instead presenting them in an art gallery context, that
people will perhaps look at them a little differently. Not just as entertainment, but as the
works of true artists, who contribute greatly to the visual culture of our times.

My films are showing on February 13th...the day before Valentine's Day. 
much love and Happy Holidays!

To download a complete film guide and schedule, visit www.robertsandtilton.com 

Films are screened on a continuous basis daily, from 11am to 6pm, except where noted.
TICKETS  Admission is free. No tickets will be issued. Seating is limited.
LOCATION  Roberts & Tilton is located at 5801 Washington Boulevard, between La Cienega
  Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue, in Culver City, California.   

PARKING   On street parking available. Additional parking in lot in front of the building and
  At Dunn Edwards located 1/2 block east of the gallery.