MARCH 6 | 5-7 PM | HOME PAGE 20th ANNIVERSARY SCREENING w/ FILMMAKER DOUG BLOCK

HOME PAGE (102 mins) 20th anniversary release screening with filmmaker Doug Block
Center for Media, Culture and History

WEDNESDAY / MARCH 6 / 5–7 PM @ Media, Culture, and Communication, 239 Greene Street, 8th Floor

HOME PAGE (102 mins, Dir: Doug Block)

20th anniversary release screening. Filmed in 1996, Home Page follows pioneering personal blogger Justin Hall over the course of a pivotal, transformational year in his life, and in the early life of the internet. Post-screening discussion: filmmaker DOUG BLOCK and NATASHA SCHULL (Media, Culture, and Communication). Moderator PEGI VAIL (Center for Media, Culture and History).

Free and open to the public but seating is limited. First come, first serve. Please bring photo ID for NYU building entry.

“Groundbreaking… bubbles with the heady excitement of the Web’s early days. The world of ‘Home Page’ is like a lost paradise.”
Roger Ebert

“Provocative, witty, artfully structured, ‘Home Page” examines issues of privacy, intimacy and the human urge to spill the beans.”
Entertainment Weekly

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