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Periwinkle Cinema: 7th annual June Spectacular!

Its that time again! Periwinkle Cinema presents our 7th annual June Spectacular! Come join us Wednesday June 21st to celebrate the first night of summer. A fun filled night of shorts, music videos and more from local filmmakers and our national and international community. As always along with our show we have free popcorn, door… Read more »

Head Games

Live from NYC, A/V artist Eric Barry Drasin will present “Head Games” an interactive performance using a head-mounted camera and wireless controllers. Headgames: Headgames is a Diggers performance involving the negotiation of a relationship between the body, a head-mounted camera and projected screen.  Using a series of specific choreographic arrangements, the performer initiates different states… Read more »

GAZE: Frame by Haunted Frame – a Screening of Animated Experiments

  From microscopic intimacy to historical urgency, GAZE is excited to present our third “all-animation” screening. Join us for an evening of screenings that include meditations on bio-mechanical abstraction, spatial memory, the mythopoeic, as well as personal and political explorations in movement. Featuring: 1) REGAL by Karissa Hahn (2:15 minutes, 2015) Torrented/pirated (digital) images as found… Read more »

ATA @ SFPL (screening at Noe Valley Library)

This evening’s films are all film festival prize-winners that parlayed awards acclaim into successful dispersal to schools and libraries in the era of 16mm documentary distribution. The films are loosely organized around the theme of “home”, and each subtly invites us to question the thin line between non-fiction and fiction.  Sewing Woman (Arthur Dong, 1982)… Read more »

ME and Mr. MAURI

Presented by: Queer Cultural Center, Dr. Osa de la Riva, Eagle Bear Productions & ATA During the ‘80s and early ‘90s, Osa collected 75+ hours of raw video footage, some at the bedside of my friends dying from AIDS.  She did most of the original filming without a budget, using borrowed cameras and donated tape…. Read more »