Montclair Film Festival – Screening and Discussion of the Film MY REMBRANDT
October 23, 2020 @ 4:30 pm
Founded by Cornell alum, Bob Feinberg ’84, the Montclair Film Festival has grown into a world-renowned festival. We will be discussing the film MY REMBRANDT, which will be available to screen at your leisure between October 17 to October 25th. Then grab your favorite beverage and join the club for “Cocktails and Conversation” to hear experts discuss the movie.
Please note that you purchase your tickets for the film screening directly on the Montclair Film Festival website using the ticket link and the special discount code CCNNJ2020. Sign up for the Club event “Cocktails and Conversation” using the registration link above.
Discussion: “Cocktails and Conversation”
Date: Friday, October 23, 2020
Time: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. EST
Location: Zoom (details provided after registration)
• Margaret Canfield ’20 is an incoming ACE Curatorial Fellow at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Park in New Hampshire and worked on the Johnson Art Museum Watermark Identification in Rembrandt’s Etchings (WIRE) Project.
• Steve Rosenberg ’81 is of counsel to Danziger, Danziger and Muro, a law firm specializing in international art transactions. He has worked as a transactional lawyer at Sotheby’s and currently is also a volunteer tour guide at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
• Virginia Girard ’17 is a PhD student at Columbia University specializing in art of the Northern Renaissance, with an emphasis on the intersection of art and science in the Low Countries.
About the film: MY REMBRANDT
Director: Oeke Hoogendijk
Netherlands, 97 min. In Dutch with sub-titles.
Rembrandt van Rijn is widely considered to be one of the greatest painters in history, a grandmaster of intimacy and light whose works have been studied and celebrated for centuries. But when a new discovery of possible newly attributed paintings rocks the art world, the elite system of collecting art is turned upside down—aristocrats covet, experts rule, art dealers investigate, collectors hunt, and museums battle. 350 years after Rembrandt’s death, he remains a mystery, his paintings a source of obsession and desire. MY REMBRANDT dives deep into the art world of Old Masters, exploring this elite world of intrigue.
Click here to purchase tickets for the film on the Montclair Film Festival’s site.
Use the discount code CCNNJ2020 in the Discount Code field to get $10 tickets for the film.