First Cousin Once Removed: Alan Berliner at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

06/04/13 7pm David Rubenstein Atrium, 61 W. 62nd St. Map
212 205 6632 Ages: All Ages

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This installment of the Atrium's popular new AtriumFlix series, JustFilms, features filmmaker Alan Berliner's powerful documentary film, First Cousin Once Removed. Preceding the screening, Richard Pema, co-host of Thirteen's weekly Reel 13, will interview Mr. Berliner. The film presents an unsettling portrait of the poet Edwin Honig's descent into Alzheimer's disease; Honig was Berliner's cousin and mentor.

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