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OpenScreening

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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. Either… Read more »

SFAI Personal Cinema Moving Image

Fall Semester Final Class Screening: New works made by K. Laitala’s Personal Cinema Moving Image Artists from the San Francisco Art Institute. Group Projects include: Hi-Beams, a Film that uses motion analysis to capture fleeting moments of time & Knee Jerk, a hand-processed film made in response to the recent Supreme Court justice confirmation. Individual… Read more »

SFAI Intro to Film Class

Join us for the Culmination of the San Francisco Art Institute’s 2018 Fall Semester Intro to Film Class taught by    K. Laitala. Group Projects include: Tutti Frutti made with hand-painted loops and a Cameraless Cinegram made with a flashlight entitled: Conjuring in the Dark, and screened in glorious 16mm as well as Individual student… Read more »

We Make Movies

On Sunday, December 2nd , the Los Angeles-based film collective, We Make Movies is bringing its signature Writers Workshop back to the San Francisco film community. The nine-year old LA film collective, which has executive produced dozens of films in Los Angeles and Canada and collaborated on hundreds more, is excited to be partnering with… Read more »

Other Cinema: ARCHIVE FEVER2: SCRITTI POLITTI2

1968+50: PARIS SITUs + MEXICO CITY + SAM GREEN’s CHICAGO DNC David Cox and Molly Hankwitz, as Bivoulab, retrieve the absolutely essential 20th Century moment that is Paris, May 68 in their In Memorium Futuri, an hour séance/screening on Situationist cinema and its echoes off the Parisian cobblestones. Guy Debord, Michelle Bernstein, Maurice Lemaitre, and their many angry comrades were the catalysts for massive change in the West, largely through… Read more »