The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, in collaboration with Fairfield University and AGON Archaeological Film Festival, are hosting an evening of archaeological films, recently shown at the 9th International Meeting of Archaeological Film of the Mediterranean (May 2012).
The event will take place on March 14th, 2013 at Cotsen Hall (ASCSA) and it is open to the public.
James Wright, Director of the ASCSA, Katherine Schwab, Professor of Visual and Performing Arts at Fairfield University, Memi Spyratou, President of AGON Festival, and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan, Archivist of the ASCSA, will be introducing the films.
17:00 Welcoming Remarks
17:15 When the Gauls Were Losing the Head (David Geoffroy, France)
17:30 The Secrets of Nazca (ZDF, Germany)
19:00 The Caryatid Hairstyling Project (Fairfield University,USA)
19:30 The Parthenon Project (Case Western Reserve University, USA)
20:00 Seeing is Believing: New Light on the Visibility of the Parthenon Frieze (Emory University)
20:40 Perfume Regained (CNRS, France)
21:30 The Mirror Bride (Ethnological Museum of Thrace, Greece)