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ATA co presents  LAST MAN IN DHAKA CENTRAL at 3rd i’s annual Film Festival

ATA co presents  LAST MAN IN DHAKA CENTRAL at 3rd i’s annual Film Festival SUNDAY NOV 12TH , 5:00 PM NEW PEOPLE CINEMA, SF Filmmaker in Person! Filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen brings his razor-sharp critique and keen awareness of global politics to the conversation, as he probes Peter Custers, a Dutch journalist who traveled half-way across the world to… Read more »


PORTLAND PIXILATION: HEIT + POPP + HOUGH OC welcomes Oregon animation maven Laura Heit, with a “Best Of” selection of single-frame work from her Portland hometown! A hands-on artist partial to puppets, Heit offers an entrée into the DIY aesthetic of the Pacific Northwest, where the art-form has always flourished. And so to her Rover’s… Read more »

ATA’s Very Own 2017 Halloweenie Spooky Party

Come dressed to impress, we will be kicking off ATA’S inaugural live series with a Halloweenie party. Costume contest, refreshments, and spooky/fun vibes to follow. DJ sets by XELA and FLINK, live performances by Lofi Legs and Sting Raze. Cut a rug, dress up, and dance some more. See you there! Sting Raze – a… Read more »


OC ARCHIVAL ANOMALIES Industrials amok! Here’s a jaw-dropping 16mm compilation of our most time-warped titles–educational, informational, and promotional films that together map out the real underside of 20C film production. These preposterous shorts—at times excerpted to foreground their sublimely ridiculous essence—come from that great mass of non-fiction films produced for extra-theatrical audiences—schools, churches, corporate groups—for… Read more »

Periwinkle Cinema: The Gold Fish Casino

The Gold Fish Casino Film follows the queer journey of a plucky Salmon playing for high stakes in the Water Wars. At The Gold Fish Casino, The Salmon must gamble her eggs for high stakes: enough clean water to get home and spawn. On her journey she encounters a queer menagerie, and transforms from a… Read more »