Elizabeth’s film,A Woman,A Part will be Showing at the Denver Film Festival ( Denver premiere ) Nov 4 and 5, 2016.
Maggie Siff (Mad Men, Sons of Anarchy ) stars as Anna Baskin, an Emmy-winning actress whose offstage life has virtually been erased by that of her television character. Held back by a role she no longer wants and harboring a Ritalin addiction, she puts her career on hold and returns to Brooklyn, where she got her start, to find herself. But upon reuniting with members of her old theater troupe, she discovers that they’ve had turning points of their own on the long, hard road of adulthood.
Nov 6, 2016 at the Denver film festival in Denver.
Preeminent film historian P. Adams Sitney-author of the foundational textbook Visionary Film and 2010 recipient of our Vision Award-has called Saul Levine “one of the most underrated filmmakers in the American avant-garde cinema.” Since the mid-1960s, Levine has been creating a body of work that is by turns lyrical, poetic, autobiographical and political. His eclectic oeuvre gives the viewer a vivid feeling for the turbulence of daily life in urban America over the past four decades; it has been shown throughout the world, from Ontario to Lima to Prague to, most recently, the Museum of Modern Art in New York (among other places).