November 2018

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8:00 pm OpenScreening

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6:00 pm Alex Dabi Zhevi: ’National Theatre’ (Galley Reception)

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8:30 pm Other Cinema:  SCRITTI POLITTI1 (KHALIL/SWEITZER’s EMPTY METAL)

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5:00 pm Gaze: BAWAR Benefit: Rage/Resist

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8:00 pm Spaces and Places 

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8:30 pm Other Cinema: GIRLS’ CHOICE (CHRISTIAN DIVINE’s THE BLUE AGE OF VIDEO GAMES)

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8:00 pm Periwinkle Cinema

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8:00 pm Betzy Bromberg’s a Darkness Swallowed & Coni Beeson’s Firefly

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8:30 pm Other Cinema; OPTRONICA2: DARK SYNTH (HANS GRUSEL/BRUTALLO + BECKER + HAUNTED BUCHLA +)

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5:00 pm Faith Holland: Pixelated Desires

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7:30 pm YOY, BUZZED LIGHTYEAR, DREAM FISH with TAMARA CHU

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8:30 pm Other Cinema; ARCHIVE FEVER1: CULT(S)

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7:30 pm Duke & Battersby: Shit Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect (Emily Vey Duke and Cooper Battersby in person)

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7:30 pm Left Eye Cinema: 24 City

 
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24 City.jpg San Francisco Democratic Socialists of America  Jia Zhangke’s masterpiece 24 City 
24 City twists documentary and fiction together through oral histories of three generations of people in Chengdu, China. It traces the history of a state-owned munitions factory under the CCP and its demolition to make way for luxury high-rise apartments. As the area’s history is literally wiped away, workers describe communal life and the city’s transformation. Jia mixes testimony from local workers and professional actors (including Joan Chen), complicating our ability to understand the past through these fragments.
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