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Other Cinema: OPTRONICA3; POLYVISION

E.VARGAS + T.S.PORRAS + K.CATO + S.SCHEDELBAUER’s WISHING WELL + East Bay impresario Elia Vargas enacts his in situ [Meta]rials, an anti-Anthropocenevisual rite where dry ice meets crude oil. Co-featured is tamara suarez porras’ in six* parts, a live performance composed from 35mm (found) slides, overhead projectors, and her live narration about the family of… Read more »

CCSF’s Directing Students Showcase

Join us at ATA for CCSF’s Spring 2018 presentation of the: Directing Students Showcase Join Professor Caroline Blair and CCSF Department of Cinema’s Motion Picture Directing class for a screening of the 2018 final film projects. This showcase features a variety of narrative scenes starring Bay Area actors. Directing Students: Arabella Deluco, Amilcar Ybarra-Rojas, Imani Donato, Scarlet Gonzalez,… Read more »

PERIWINKLE CINEMA: FEMINIST WORKS-IN-PROGRESS

Featuring work by: Lacey Johnson, Jared Gruendl, and ART Heart: Children of Riot Grrrl and Queercore (Abram/Chan/Graney-Saucke)   Science Witch (2018) spins a short educational tale highlighting the importance of not forgetting your gay roots.     Fossil Record (2018) is a hypnotic collage of re-contextualized satellite footage of mega-storms and prismatic geysers, setting the stage… Read more »

The Humors

Closing Reception May 13th  4-7pm Ancient Greek philosophers wrote of four temperaments (or ‘humors’) that color all of creation: sanguine, choleric, melancholic and phlegmatic. Urbanity is part of this creation, and also embodies versions of these dispositions. The Humors video series suggests urban behaviors and relationships, those of people and of the built environment itself…. Read more »

MOTHERING EVERYDAY

Mothering Every Day is a program of film and video work about embodying / performing motherhood, domestic labor, and the quotidian. The idea for this program was generated by the artists themselves who were frustrated about the challenges of getting work about maternity screened in the film and art world. From poetic gesture to direct… Read more »