Navajo Nation Math Circles co-founder and co-director Tatiana Shubin, mathematics professor at San José State University, will be one of the plenary speakers during the 2016 Canadian Math Society Summer Meeting in Edmonton, AB, on Saturday, June 25, 3:30 p.m., at the University of Alberta. Dr. Shubin will screen Navajo Math Circles and discuss the goals and positive outcomes of the project.
The National Museum of Mathematics in New York City will screen Navajo Math Circles on Tuesday, June 7, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Dr. Tatiana Shubin of San Jose State University, co-founder and co-director of the Navajo Nation Math Circles (NNMC) project, Dr. Robert Klein of Ohio University and co-director of NNMC, film producer / director George Csicsery and six Navajo Math Circles students will be present for a Q&A following the screening. Register here for the screening. For more information, call 212-542-0566.
Counting from Infinity will be shown in competition in the Docs + Science section of the 56th Krakow Film Festival on May 31 and June 2, 2016. The screenings will take place at AGH University of Science and Technology in Krakow, Poland. Please see the festival's Facebook page for more information.
György Lázár writes in the Hungarian Free Press about the 90th birthday celebration in Kolozsvár (Cluj, Romania) of Hungarian musicologist Zoltán Kallós. Kallós's visits to musicians in villages around Transylvania and Romanian Moldavia are the subject of the film, Songs Along a Stony Road, which the author references as "a visually stunning documentary." (Note that the film is completed and can be ordered through this website.)
Sample scenes from George Csicsery's work-in-progress Angel of Mercy will be screened at the City of Berkeley 14th Annual Holocaust Remembrance Day events on Sunday, May 1, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the new Magnes Museum. The event will honor Marika and Laszlo Somogyi, Distinguished Survivors, who are featured as main characters in the film about Sister Margaret Slachta and her role in saving Jewish children during the Hungarian Holocaust. Click here for an informational flyer in .pdf format.
The 25th Arizona International Film Festival will screen Navajo Math Circles on Saturday, April 30, at 1:30 p.m. at The Screening Room, 127 East Congress, in downtown Tucson. A Q&A will follow with producer/director George Csicsery, mathematician Matthias Kawski, and Navajo cast members.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies and the Stanford Math Circle will sponsor a free, public screening of Navajo Math Circles at Stanford University on Thurs., April 28, at 7:30 p.m. Mathematician Tatiana Shubin and filmmaker George Csicsery will be present.
Navajo Math Circles will be screened at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood Theater, 2966 College Avenue (at Ashby), Berkeley, California, on Wednesday, April 20, at 7 p.m. MSRI Director David Eisenbud, Tatiana Shubin, and filmmaker George Csicsery will be present. General Admission, $11.50; seniors and children, $9; students with valid ID, $9.
Navajo Math Circles will screen at the Exploratorium Saturday Cinema program on Saturday, April 16, at 2 p.m. in the Kanbar Forum. With San Jose State University Mathematician and Navajo Math Circles Director Tatiana Shubin and filmmaker George Csicsery in person.

$10 general admission. Free for members of the Exploratorium and Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (Archimedes Society members) with a reservation. Ticket is for the screening only; the museum requires separate admission. Members must reserve a ticket online or by calling the Reservations office at (415) 528-4646. (More information at exploratorium.edu/calendar.)
Navajo Math Circles will screen at The Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Arizona, on April 6 at 9:45 a.m. Many participants in the film will be present for a discussion following the screening, including Dr. Henry Fowler, Tatiana Shubin, and director George Csicsery.
The Museum of Northern Arizona (MNA) will screen Navajo Math Circles, on Sunday, April 3, at 3 p.m. in the museum's Branigar Hall, in Flagstaff, Arizona. The event is included with museum admission. With Dr. Henry Fowler of Diné College and filmmaker George Csicsery in person.
Navajo Math Circles will be screened at the One Nation Film Festival on Saturday, April 2, at 12:30 p.m. in the Cornerstone Celeste Theater of the Edith Kenney Gaylord Cornerstone Arts Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The festival focuses on Native American and global indigenous issues. Representatives from the film will be present for the screening.

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Navajo Math Circles

Something New Every Day
The Math & Magic of Ron Graham

People of the Current

Counting from Infinity
Yitang Zhang and the Twin Prime Conjecture

Angel of Mercy
(in production)

Taking the Long View
The Life of Shiing-shen Chern


Erdös 100

Hard Problems
The Road to the World's
Toughest Math Contest

To Prove and Conjecture
Excerpts from Three Lectures
by Paul Erdös

Where the Heart Roams

N is a Number
A Portrait of Paul Erdös

Troop 214
214-es Csapat

I Want to Be a Mathematician
A Conversation with Paul Halmos

Songs Along a Stony Road

On Mathematical Grounds

The Right Spin

Julia Robinson
and Hilbert's Tenth Problem

Hungry for Monsters
A Tale from a New Age Witch Hunt

The Enchanted Mirror

The Thursday Club

porridge pulleys and Pi
Two Mathematical Journeys

© 2004- George Csicsery