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Co-curated with the radical film e-zine Now!, this program honors Black History Month with a selection of new cinema that steps up to the crisis of US racial justice. Launching another year for the journal, in person is its editor, Alex Johnston, with his The Evidence of the Evidence (on Attica). His archival epic is… Read more »

Audio/visual equipment sale

for sale:  Mini DV/DVcam deck, 16mm & super 8 projectors, super 8 viewer, 8mm cameras, projection screen, delay pedal,  old analog synth delay board, old apple laptop, samsung dvd/vhs dual player, video8 camcorder (First one ever!) , various av/computer cables, various tapes, dvds, vinyl records and much much more.

Stagger Lee

In honor of  Black History Month ATA presents Stagger Lee, a documentary on Black Panther leader Bobby Seale during his incarceration in the San Francisco County Jail.  A remarkable interview, covering topics from cooking to poetry to solitary confinement and much more. A powerful piece for the sheer humanity which Bobby Seale projects. dir: Francisco Newman, Allen Willis, 1970,… Read more »

Noise Pop: Gary Numan; Android in La La Land

 “Android In La La Land” is a celebration of a British music-making pioneer and the love story that helped him turn his life around. At the end of the 1970s, Gary Numan found himself to be one of the world’s biggest-selling artists–”Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” and “Cars” were huge hits–and no one had heard, or seen,… Read more »

Noise Pop: Stronger Than Bullets (West Coast Premiere)

Director:  Matthew Millan (local filmmaker), in attendance for a post-screening Q&A When filmmaker Matthew Millan was recruited by his friend, a Libyan refugee living for decades in LA, to go with him to Benghazi and document the revolution, he was terrified. Once there, what Milan found amidst the bloody revolution to overthrow a 40-year-old dictatorship,… Read more »