The long-awaiting documentary film on graphic designer Herbert Matter, the man who designed the McGinnis-era logos and color schemes for the New Haven and Boston & Maine railroads, will debut in New Haven, CT on Friday October 22nd. The film will be shown at 7 PM in the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University, located at 53 Wall Street. The showing should show up in the Whitney Humanity Center web site at http://www.yale.edu/whc/index.html as the date approaches. It is my understanding that the screening at Yale is open to the public and will be free. I do not know to what extent Matter's work on the NHRR and B&M will be presented but the film crew did spend several hours interviewing me and the NHRHTA's Paul Beck did provide some film for the filmmakers to use. More information about the film can be found on their official web site at http://www.herbertmatter.net.