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BAVC Prez Night

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Free, 7-9 pm • Meet BAVC Preservationists (/, learn about their craft, ask questions about digitizing old tapes and preserving outmoded media.• See some cool analog video equipment in action.• Watch a screening of videos that have been transferred and preserved at BAVC including works from the La MaMa Experimental Theater Club (, as well… Read more »


RENWICK+SCOBIE+WAXY TOMB+PLU+ ALL-WOMEN::AUDIO-VISUAL!!.. a Live A/V expo of expanded-cinema work from local, regional, and international artists. Vanessa Renwick coasts down fromPortland to premiere Cold Holy Water, a lyrical paean to orca whale maternity, with original score by Marisa Anderson…as well as to share her earlier Mighty Tacoma. Linda Scobie conjures up her own real-time electronic track as she advances through her suite of sewn(!) 35mmslides, On the Mend. Waxy Tomb also proffers a premiere–her Shatter… Read more »

Left Eye Cinema: Finally Got the News

$7-$10 Join the San Francisco Democratic Socialists of America and Left Lens for Finally Got the News,  a documentary look at radical black unionism in Detroit and the rise of the League of Revolutionary Black Workers.  Beaten down under increased demands from the bosses but emboldened by the growing unrest in politics and society, autoworkers in… Read more »


Free ATA’s Open Screening is the only monthly open submissions screening in the Bay Area. Get your work out there! 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…. Read more »


$9 SANDRA DAVIS/GEORGE KUCHAR + GRETA SNIDER +We’re consummating Intl. Women’s Monthwith the theatrical premiere of That Woman—Sandra Davis dresses up the late greatGeorge Kuchar as Barbara Walters, in a mock-TV interview with a Monica Lewinskylook-alike. CO-BILLED: Greta Snider not only answers the call for a reprise of her exquisite A Small Place, but also dusts off her rarely-seen The Magic of Radio, an eye’n’ear-popping exploration… Read more »