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 MARK STREET’s NYC + GLENNA ALLEE’s HANFORD + PAUL ECHEVERRIA’s DETROIT +Our second LOCUS FOCUS is plotted out along three axes. Mark Street returns from NY with his 100 Sides of a Sphere book-launch and a few new movies: After the gloriously granular revival of his 16mmWinter Wheat, he unspools a sneak peak at Work Songs (inspired by StudsTerkel) and premieres Morning, Noon, Night; Water, Land, and Sky, on the Brooklyn Navy Yard. The… Read more »

And In Love I Live

Concept, Director and Editor Documentary, PanteA Bahrami, 2008, 106 minutes, in Persian with English subtitles Thirteen female political prisoners explain their experiences in an Iranian prison. Three generations of women describe their stories of the last 50 years… ——————————- About the Filmmaker:  PanteA Bahrami is an internationally recognized documentary filmmaker with a doctoral degree in Film… Read more »


 IGGY’s PUNK + HARRY PARTCH + THE RESIDENTS +AnOther annual habit here is honoring those artists who are exploding the definitions of musical genres! Showcased is the 16mm screening of Stephen Pouliot‘s The Dreamer That Remains, on Harry Partch, the free-thinking beatnik who grew from hobo to new-instrument builder. PLUS: In Iggy Pop’s paean to the Punk Revolution, Penelope Houston and Johnny Lydon reflect on the Sex Pistols’ final performance at our own Winterland…. Read more »


$7-$10 Japanese filmmaker NAO NAKAZAWA and Bay Area filmmaker JOHN DAVIS invite you to participate in a live cinema event at Artist Television Access (ATA). The filmmakers will be presenting experimental works with live musical performances. NAO NAKAZAWANao Nakazawa is a filmmaker and musician from Nagano, Japan, whose experimental cinema works often feature live music… Read more »


Free Open Screening is where we invite local filmmakers to show their short subject films (under 15 mins.). It is a free event and you can either screen a film or just be a member of the audience. Either way it is FREE. It is a great place to network, if you are a filmmaker,… Read more »