VINKOVCI, LAPIDARIUM OF THE CITY MUSEUM VINKOVCI // 23-184.108.40.206. (Thursday)20:30 Opening20:45 The Secret History of DORF powered by Pecha Kucha22:15 DJ Our thing24.8. (Friday)20:30 Pope, come back21:30 Veja22:00 Lost Time25.8. (Saturday)20:30 More than a barbershop (HR premiere)20:50 Hannah Williams in Tokyo (HR premiere)21:15 Louder than guns22:30 Announcement of winners and award ceremony PRIMOSTEN, SUPERUHO // 4-220.127.116.11. (Saturday)20:30 Opening20:35 Bunch of Kunst (HR premiere)22:00 Electric Dreams (HR premiere)23:00 Betty: They say I’m different (HR premiere)24:00 DJ Brown Sugar vs. VJ Klara Bilic5.8. (Sunday)19:30 Music-film quiz (powered by KlasikTV)20:30 LP film Laibach (HR premiere)21:30 Louder than guns23:00 The Secret History of DORF powered by Pecha Kucha24:00 DJ Per Le Cler vs. VJ Klara Bilic6.8. (Monday)20:30 Noise Potential – Connie Plank22:00 Invisible Hands (HR premiere)23:30 Spit’n’split (HR premiere) Today is the last day of the 21st Motovun Film Festival, but lovers of the art of moving images will not be deprived in August. Namely, the cooperation between SuperUh and the Vinkovci music documentary festival DORF continues again this year on Iskon’s festival beach in Primošten in the period from August 4 to 6, after which screenings will move to Vinkovci from August 23 to 25. The festival is held under the auspices of the Croatian Audiovisual Center, the City of Vinkovci and Vukovar-Srijem County, and the partners of the festival are Žedno Uho and the Vinkovci City Museum.A total of 8 films will be presented to the audience in Primošten, while the 12th DORF opens with a screening of a 2017 film by a guest from Great Britain, Phil Cox, about the cult funk megastar Betty Davis called “Betty – They Say I’m Different”. German director Christine Franz’s documentary “Bunch of Kunst” from 2017 will have its Croatian premiere, which is a kind of chronicle of the author’s experience during her multi-year tour with the British music duo Sleaford Mods. The third in the series of works “Music is the Art of the Hour” directed by Igor Zupe deals with the most important albums of Slovenian music, while in this sequel he deals with the first album of the Slovenian music group Laibach. “Electric Dreams” is the second Croatian premiere of director Dušan Moravec, a two-time DORF winner. The story, told in the production of RTV Slovenia, tells how “Yugoslav Jean-Michael Jarre” paved the way for many musicians with albums and music until the end of the 70’s.The film “Invisible Hands” by Marina Gioti and Georges Salameh from Greece talks about the project of musician Alan Bishop, bassist and vocalist of the cult Sun City Girls. This poetic documentary about a musical journey to Cairo was screened in 2017 at the Berlinale. One of the most interesting documentaries shown at DORF, was on the program of this year’s festival. It is a film “Spit’n’split” written by Jerome Vanderwattyne.In the accompanying program, the organizers announce the presentation of the exclusive “Secrets of the History of DORF” powered by PechaKucha presentation which was promoted in Zagreb in early June in the Summer Garden Vintage industrial bar as part of 4 warm up programs. Mato Škugor, Phil Cox, Vojo Šindolić, Varji Močnik, Martin Peranović and others gathered under the leadership of Marija Kovač told their story, in the concept of “20 pictures in 20 seconds”.After the screenings, DJ Brown Sugar will perform at the opening with his exceptional collection of retro hits of ex-YU funk and soul, and the evening after, DJ Per Le Cler from Šibenik will play behind the counter. Also, Klara Bilić from Zagreb is in charge of VJ-ing on the beach throughout the weekend.As part of the festival, a film and music quiz is being organized this year as well, and rich prizes for the best teams have been provided by Klasik TV. Finally, this year’s special DORF awards are dedicated to people from the world of literature. This year, the DORF Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to translator, poet and journalist Voja Šindolić, while the contribution for the contribution to the underground goes to the Koprivnica publisher “Šareni dućan”.Below is the schedule of events in Primosten and Vinkovci, and you can follow more details and news on the official website DORF i SuperUha.
Tom Gray of Community Pharmacy (center) holds the trophy for the afternoon champions in the Duane B. Gray ’64 Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday, Sept. 27, at the Blue Hill Country Club (from left): Larry Gray, Bill Gray, Mark Politte and Brian Hally. PHOTO COURTESY JENNIFER TRAUBBLUE HILL — Some 80 golfers — including George Stevens Academy alumni, students, parents, faculty and friends — took part in the annual Duane B. Gray ’64 Memorial Golf Tournament on Sunday at the Blue Hill Country Club as part of GSA’s homecoming weekend.Community Pharmacy of Blue Hill served for a second year as lead sponsor of the event.Pharmacist Tom Gray, a 1979 GSA alum and nephew of the late Duane Gray, spoke during lunch to the players, many of whom had family or community connections to Duane and have been loyal supporters of the tournament named in his memory.A volunteer committee led by GSA golf coach and BHCC manager Dwayne Carter and GSA Trustee and Development Committee Chairman Phyllis Taylor organized the tournament, which was supported by hole sponsorships and other contributions from more than 50 local businesses such as hole-in-one sponsors Darling’s and Stanley Scooters.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textProceeds from the event benefit GSA’s annual fund, which provides essential funding for academic programs, arts, athletics as well as upkeep of buildings and grounds.Also during homecoming, a soccer building given by family and friends of Duane Gray — and built in large part by Duane’s son, Adam Gray — was dedicated in his memory. The dedication took place during halftime of the boys’ varsity soccer game, which they won 3-0 against Bucksport.Morning Results:Champions: Brandon Allen ’03, Simeon Allen ’01, Spencer Allen, Dusty Bates ’02.1st Low Net: Mike Astbury ’03, Ebb Walton ’08, Nick Norton ’17, Stefan Simmons ’18.2nd Low Net: Neil Reiter, John Ruger, Chris Haley, Craig Dagan.3rd Low Net: John diPretoro, Frank Hull, Rick Ferretti, Adam Palmer.Individual morning winners were Kitty Clements and Ben Wootten for closest to the pin, and Bonnie Paulas ’69 and Brandon Allen ’03 for longest drive.Afternoon Results:Champions: Larry Gray ’79, Bill Gray ’83, Mark Politte, Brian Hally.1st Low Net: Mike Rioux ’78, Mike Drinkert, Paul Raspante, Michael Miller.2nd Low Net: Buzz Moore, Dan Kane, Jim Murphy, Bill Case3rd Low Net: Jeffrey Allen ’79, Jeb Billings ’89, Jackson Billings ’17, Jarrod Chase ’17.Individual afternoon winners were Jill Clendenen and Brad Miltner ’77 for closest to the pin, and Bebe Moulton and George Semler for longest drive.
Paddy says the players at the manager’s disposal are made of the right stuff. Former Tipperary hurler Paddy Stapleton is confident that the Premier County will be in contention for all the major honours next year.However, the Borrisoleigh club man – who announced his inter-county retirement last week – believes that Michael Ryan’s side will need to evolve to continue being successful.Tipp’s preparations for 2017 have ramped in the last few days with the announcement of the pre-season training panel.
Marcia Griffiths with a Russian fan. BENICASSIM, Spain – Though she has been travelling the world for nearly 50 years, Marcia Griffiths still gets her share of surprises. At Rototom Sunsplash’s Reggae University in Benicassim, Spain on August 18, she was overwhelmed by two fans.Griffiths was part of a panel discussion about reggae’s history when fans from North Korea and Russia spoke of their appreciation for her music.Moved by their pronouncements, Griffiths rose from her seat and embraced them.“The guy from North Korea said he had to meet her. He left his country years ago because of all the oppression and told her that reggae music was what helped keep him alive when he was there,” said Copeland Forbes, Griffiths’ tour manager.Marcia Griffiths with a North Korean fan.The event was also attended by members of Ethiopia’s Royal family, including Prince Ermias Sahle-Selassie Haile-Selassie, grandson of Emperor Haile Selassie I.Rototom Sunsplash was one of the stops on Griffiths’ tour promoting her latest album, Timeless, released in July by Tad’s International Record.She also performed at festivals in Austria, Belgium and the United Kingdom. She did club dates in the UK with Super Cat and a solo gig in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.On August 31, Griffiths and Judy Mowatt, her colleague in famed harmony group The I Three, will perform at the inaugural Westchester Reggae Festival, which takes place at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York.The I Three, which also included Rita Marley, recorded and toured with Bob Marley from 1974 to 1980 when he was diagnosed with cancer. He died in May, 1981 at age 36.