Screening to be followed by a panel discussion with Shannon colleague Robert Gallager, Shannon Awardee Dave Tse, film director/writer/producer Mark Levinson, moderated by Urbashi Mitra. Screening this weekend until Sunday evening on Vimeo at https://tinyurl.com/bitplayer PW: Shannon-ISIT
Live radio interview Friday 5/5 morning 8:30 am PST with director Mark Levinson about #TheBitPlayer. Stream live on jeffexchange.org or find a station at ijpr.org/find-jpr-station. Participate in the live program by calling 800-838-3760 or emailing JX@jeffnet.org.
For one day only, stream The Bit Player as part of AIFF: https://filmfestivalflix.com/festival/aiff/film/the-bit-player/
Cleveland premiere of The Bit Player this Sunday March 1 at the Cleveland Institute of Arts Cinematheque https://www.clevelandartsevents.com/event/the-bit-player/
Director Mark Levinson at CO premiere as part of Nest Sievers daVinci series http://nestcuboulder.org/davinci/ https://allevents.in/boulder/the-bit-player/200019183891329
Screening at 14 Pews in Houston this Saturday at 7 pm https://14pews.org/calendar.asp?pageid=15&calid=2136
The Bit Player will be featured in a screening at AAAS Feb 14, 2020 at 10 am https://aaas.confex.com/aaas/2020/meetingapp.cgi/Session/25305
Screening at 6:30 pm in the Reamer Campus Center Auditorium open to all!
Free Special Event Screening at MIT as part of LIDS Anniversary Celebration https://lids.mit.edu/special-screening-bit-player
Special screening with food, drinks, gifts, raffle and Q&A with director Mark Levinson and Jimmy Soni, co-author of the book A Mind At Play. http://www.cvent.com/d/ryqgqn
Screening at CERN, the site of the Large Hadron Collider July 4, 2019 http://cineglobe.ch/sessions/the-bit-player/
Special open air screening tonight, July 2, at the Musée d'Elysé
e in Lausanne.
The Bit Player will screen at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View CA.
The Bit Player had its world premiere at the World Science Festival on May 29, 2019. The screening at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York was followed by a conversation discussing Claude Shannon’s legacy and the impact of his work with MIT professor Robert Gallager, Columbia University professor Jeannette Wing and director Mark A. Levinson.