Artists' Television Access


Saturday, May 6, 2017, 8:30 pm, $8

Back by popular demand is another OC panorama on sense-of-place: Lizzy Brooks and Radka Pulliam double-project their gutsy chronicle of the Tenderloin, Temporal Cities, drawn from hundreds of street interviews. Jeanne Finley and John Muse, too, contribute to the critical discourse on SF locales with the unveiling of Falsework, on absurd architecture to accommodate military-pet culture. Also in the flesh, Paul Clipson projects his little-seen 16mm Light Year towards this discussion of our wonderful waterfront, centering on our sister microcinema at the Exploratorium. AND David Cox/Molly Hankwitz’ live Bivoulab project Cine-Francisco2 re-writes SF as a major character across Hollywood films. PLUS the US premiere of Christina Battle’s Tracking Sasquatch, Bill Basquin’s Death Valley Love Story, Nik Nerburn’s Three Roads, Enid Ryce’s A Land for War (exc.), Chris Marker’s Junkopia, and Bryan Boyce’s clever core-samples.

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