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Writers alex cruse and Benjamin Krusling will read from their work as part of Antagonisms of Reality / Problems of Form. Register here Livestream at 6:30pm 7 pm Door Violet Spurlock writes: The series takes its title from Adorno’s claim in Aesthetic Theory that art, instead of attempting to represent political antagonisms, ought to sublimate them into formal problems. I want to… Read more »

Other Cinema: AVANT TO LIVE

NEW

NEW EXPERIMENTAL WORKS ­ A “mini-fest” of innovations in film form, this season’s NEW boasts more than 20 cine-initiatives, with more then 10 artists in-person! Spotlit is the return of Jeremy Rourke with the world debut of his live musical animation Do I Write?. Others of our (10!) premieres are Lori Varga’s double-Super8 live-narrated Time… Read more »

Found Inspirations: Explorations in Material Cinema

from CINE 480 and CINE 502 at San Francisco State Featuring short and micro works by: Jose Anzoategui Joseph Ayala Jordan Biales Alex Bierwagon Jordan Del Rosario Ingrid Eidshaug Alejandro Moreno Diaz Sophia Morocco Nicolas Patel Stefan Pejovic Vanessa Ramos Reina Sango Justin Schuck Gabriella Siaton Kasumi Suzuki Annelise Velazquez Tom Pohl Marke Klatte Michael… Read more »

CCSF Cinema Fall Student Screening

Students in the Experimental Film and Advanced Cinematography classes show their work. Filmmakers:  Louie Alban, Adam Amaya, Irene Anaya, Christopher Farstad, Catherine Finsness, Nicolas Fowler, Parker Gilkeson, Ronald Guerrero, Genaro Hernandez, J Kenneth Ken Higgins III, Wesley House, Carl Lischeske III, Kevin Manion, Kyle Manley, Rudie Mock, Lizzy Myers, Ana Ontiveros, Alejo Perez-Stable Husni, Raul Perez, Veston Smith, Isabella Sonnenberg, Chad Varnado, Brandon Vasquez, Miguel Villicana, David Waldorf, Jessica Yeh. 5:30 doors, 6p Screening, $5 free for students

University of San Francisco Student Showcase

Find out what’s on the minds of the students from The University of San Francisco. Tonight’s screening will feature a wild night of mini-masterpieces from our Motion Graphics and our Advanced Narrative classes. You’ll see genre-busting narratives and stylish graphic emissions.  The fun starts at 7:00 pm.  There will be snacks. Free! Doors 7:00, Films 7:15