BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20070330T000000Z DTEND:20070405T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong>"A ZEN LIFE - D.T. Suzuki"</strong>\n<strong>SCREENING at the ROXIE THEATER\, March 30 ~ April 5</strong>\n\nJust a short note to let you know there will be screenings at San Francisco's Roxie Theater of a feature documentary about D.T. (Daisetz) Suzuki. This is the first tim e it is being shown in the Bay Area. We would be most grateful if you wou ld help spread the word.\n\nFriday Mar. 30 - 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\nSaturday M ar. 31 - 3:00 PM\, 5:00 PM\, 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\nSunday Apr. 1 - 3:00 PM\, 5:00 PM\, 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\nMonday Apr. 2 - 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\nTuesday Ap r. 3 - 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\nWednesday Apr. 4 - 3:00 PM\, 5:00 PM\, 7:00 PM\ , 9:00 PM\nThursday Apr. 5 - 7:00 PM\, 9:00 PM\n\n<strong>The Roxie New Co llege Film Center</strong>\n3117 16th Street (at Valencia)\nSan Francisco\ , CA\n(415)-863-1087\n<a href=""></a>\n<s trong>"A ZEN LIFE - D.T. Suzuki"</strong> is a 77-minute documentary about Daisetz Suzuki (1870-1966)\, credited with "introducing Zen to the West." Includes interviews of many people who knew him\, respected in their own right\, including poet Gary Snyder\, Zen master Robert Aitken\, religious scholar Huston Smith\, cinema critic Donald Richie\, with rare recordings of D.T. Suzuki\, composer John Cage\, psychoanalyst Erich Fromm\, and Tra ppist monk Thomas Merton.\n\nFor more information about the DT Suzuki Docu mentary Project:\nWeb site: <a href=""></a> DTSTAMP:20240622T083613Z SUMMARY:San Francisco premiere of "A ZEN LIFE - D.T. Suzuki" URL:/en/events/2007/03/30/san-francisco-premiere-of-a-zen-life---dt-suzuki/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR