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Friday, October 28, 2016, 8:00 pm, $7-$10
VOICE sculpting sound with Maja S. K. Ratkje (U.S. premiere)

Documentary feature · 2010-2014 VOICE (dir. IJ. Biermann) follows the Norwegian musician/ composer/ sound artist Maja Solveig Kjelstrup Ratkje through the seasons all over Europe, presenting the variety and universalism of her work. Performances, sound recordings, and intimate personal scenes are composed into a complex portrait of an uncompromising artist challenged between conflicting poles of... Read more »

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SF Cinematheque and Gray Area present: Perpetual Motion

September 16–December 7, 2016 Gray Area / Grand Theater  2665 Mission Street  San Francisco PERPETUAL MOTION Perpetual Motionis the most comprehensive convergence of international performance cinema practitioners ever assembled in the Bay Area. Presented over seven evenings September 16–December 7, 2016, with all artists performing in person, this series is curated by San Francisco Cinematheque… Read more »

Call For Submission

The Echo Park Film Center is currently seeking film submissions for a 5 part series showcasing experimental work by filmmakers of color based in the United States. We’re looking for works that fall under the any of following categories: Portraits of Self and Identity, Found and Appropriated Footage, Social Justice, Dance, Movement, and Rhythm, Cameraless… Read more »

TIMELESS MOTION: Giving Form to the Ephemeral

Retrospectroscope (1996) by Kerry Laitala, plexiglass disc with silver gelatin transparencies on rotating motor, 5’ diameter disk x 4

TIMELESS MOTION: Giving Form to the Ephemeral by Kathleen Quillian with contributions from Timeless Motion artists’: Antonella Bonfanti, Paul Clipson, Keith Evans, Kerry Laitala, Jeanne Liotta, Scott Stark and Mark Wilson. Timeless Motion is a gallery exhibition featuring cinematic installations by seven experimental moving image artists that reveals the science and magic behind cinema. Using… Read more »

Better Homes & Gardens Today Window + Gallery Closing Party

The Window Gallery: a “space for…conversations…about death” — Still time to see this strong work.

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The following essay is a powerful statement on how our society’s refusal to embrace death causes more suffering. Come by and see how Angela Simione faced the problem. Through March 2015. She got sick when I was 29. When I was thirty, she died. It was January. Cold. I curled up with my crochet hook and… Read more »

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