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Author Archives: Fara

Other Cinema: ANIMAL SPIRITS/SPIRIT ANIMALS

Animals

JOHNSON’s MANATEES + JOSH HARPER + CHRIS MARKER + Continuing our wild Animal Spirits/Spirit Animals theme from last season!!..Headlining is the world premiere of local folk-naturalist Daniel Johnson‘s lushly illustrated lecture/video on the crisis facing manatees! He also unspools precious peeks of the UCB Campanile Falcon “soap opera”, as well as his ongoing Cali Condor in-person research. ALSO in the house is the apocalyptic plea of our… Read more »

Other Cinema: PSYCHO-GEO3; SOUTHWEST

PLANTE’s WITH EARP CAME THE WEST + C/W GEMS + DIRECTOR MIKE PLANTE HERE IN PERSON!! After the moment of the Gunfight at the OK Corral in late 1881, Wyatt Earp became famous in his own time. He was already known within the Western territories as a tough lawman. The gunfight represented the epitome of what the wild west stood for: good guys against… Read more »

Other Cinema: OPTRONICA2; STEREOSCOPY

McLAUGHLIN + BLOOMBERG + SNIDER + The SF Earthquake and Firestorm of 1906 was one of the first natural disasters to create a true media frenzy. On the (almost) anniversary of the ’06 Quake, we are spectacularly pleased to have back the literally eye-popping 3-D projections of the Bay Area‘s own Pad McLaughlin, this time with fellow stereo superstar Bob Bloomberg!! These two masters offer a… Read more »

Respect and Props to John Martin & Cuba

On October of 2020 John Martin, died peacefully in his beloved home in Murphys, California.  John was an actor, artist, and humorist, and was a co-founder with Marshall Weber of Martin/Weber Gallery (1982) and Artists Television Access (1983) in San Francisco, California, as well as proprietor of Martin Studio and Fine Art Reproductions in Murphys,… Read more »

Other Cinema: FAMILY AFFAIRS

LYNNE SACHS’ FILM ABOUT A FATHER WHO +FAMILY AFFAIRS Lynne Sachs brings us Film About A Father Who, a feature length archeological DIG into her own internal movie archive. Over a period of 35 years between 1984 and 2019, filmmaker Sachs shot 8 and 16mm film, videotape and digital images of her father, Ira Sachs Sr. Film About A Father… Read more »