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SF Cinematheque presents: CROSSROADS 10

presented June 7–9 by San Francisco Cinemathequeand the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art  curated by Steve Poltaall programs at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art151 Third Street (at Mission) in SFdownload festival Press Release herepress inquiries please contact [email protected]#xrdsxTickets for all screenings as well as Saturday/Sunday day passes available here Pictured above: Lines of Force (2018) by Dan Browne CROSSROADS 10… Read more »

Spring 2019 SFSU Experimental Documentary showcase

Free  Sixteen short films that use non-traditional techniques to explore the relationship between cinema and memory. Created in San Francisco State University’s CINEMA 630 filmmaking course. Filmmakers: Johnny Abrolat, Victor Bermudes, Annika Cafiero, Mira Campau, Linh Dao, Sam Dockan, Calvin Ferniza, Peter France, Antonio Garro, Sabrina Ghidossi, Jake Hill, Graham Law, Miguel Lopez, India Nemer, Jules… Read more »

Other Cinema: AVANT TO LIVE

NEW EXPERIMENTAL WORKSFor some 33 years now, our seasons have been consummated with an energized evening of radical sensibility and innovative film form, with many of the artists in person (6 tonight!). Spot-lit on this go-round is the NY-beat-cine-poet 99 Hooker, with his new 20-min Live A/V assemblage Make It Used. Bryan Boyce is also in the house with a new Fake But True episode, Arte Matu ’s here, too,… Read more »

The Lake and the Lake + 3-D work by Greta Snider and Johunna Grayson

$7-$10 The Lake and The Lake ,  “special preview screening!” Directed by Sindhu Thirumalaisamy, 2019, 39 minLanguages: Hindi, English, Kannada, Tamil, Bangla, subtitled in English. Polluted lakes in Bangalore, the “Silicon Valley of India”, produce toxic foams and fires that challenge our understanding of what a lake can be. However, they remain valuable resources and refuges… Read more »

Biennial SF Bay Area Sex Worker Festival opening party

$7-$10 Join us at our opening party screening for the biennial SF Bay Area Sex Worker Festival, now  in it’s 20th year!  Our opening program is one of the best with a range of political, raunchy, sexy and wise movies by and about sex workers.  The evening is a benefit for Poor Magazine with CD… Read more »