Artists' Television Access

Open Screening

Friday, July 23, 2004, 8:00 pm, $5


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See fresh perspectives and formula shattering techniques in film and video
art from the Bay Area and beyond! Open Screening accepts one hour of shorts every month on an open revolving basis. Live local bands open every show, and the refreshments are darn good.


Mark Wasserman’s “Lowell Drear” with music by Ralph Carney, Michael Mantra, “8” by Sylvia Poloto, and Tyrone Davies’ “At the Commercial Break She Ran Screaming”.

FREE admission for exhibitors

7pm: Door/Bar
7:30: A/V Collission
8pm: Projector

OS Submission Info:
* Cue and label all tapes w/ name, contact, title and length.
* Mail dubs to: “openscreening”, 992 Valencia, SF, 94110
* 1-2 week advance submissions strongly recommended
* Email inquiries do not guarantee a space. Tapes do
* Max trt: 20m
* DVD, miniDV/DVcam, sVHS, sm beta, 8mm and 16mm
* All genres. Student, “in progress”, and segments welcome
* Info: contact meg @ [email protected]

Open Screening is a noncompetitive and uncensored exhibition of short films and videos where artists and lay persons can experience cinema’s innovative foundations first hand. Most exhibitors are students and established filmmakers wishing to test run a new piece. Because the program is arranged on a first come – first served basis, themes are incidental, and style and subject matter varies tremendously from month to month and film to film.
For further information, contact Megan Miller at [email protected]

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