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CROSSROADS 2021 — program 3

ascent into now presented by San Francisco Cinemathequein community partnership with ATAcurated by Steve Polta Livestream (with live filmmaker intros!) Sunday, September 19 at 7 pm PDT. Watch the livestream here.Program online September 19–October 21 Displaced (2020) by Bettina Hoffman Films on liminal states and transitions, on the tensions between being and nothingness, on introspective multiplicity and… Read more »


SAT. SEPT 18: BUCHANAN + GOLDBERG + SOE’s A.S.S. + On Sat. Sept 18, ATA Gallery’s Other Cinema finally restarts its Fall (in-person) season with Grit wit Crit: San Francisco Psycho-Geography! Featured on this festive evening of film and video shorts is the theatrical premiere of Anthony Buchanan‘s City street Pilgrimage, Valerie Soe‘s (tentatively in-person) Auntie Sewing Squad—on Chinese-American women sewing Covid masks for the community, Daniel Gorrell ‘s Proposals–on the… Read more »


We are excited to announce we will be returning to live showings with a hybrid in-person and live-streamed Open Screening on Thursday, August 5th!  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… Read more »


Per OC’s long-standing obsession with older film artifacts, here’s a program of sublime essays woven from those marvelous celluloid survivors: Sam Green sends in his very latest—in fact a NorCal premiere— Five Thoughts about Thirty Pieces, a matrix of memory and meanings stemming from John Cage’s engagement with our own Kronos Quartet.Bill Morrison debuts his jaw-dropping Buried News, a handful of 35mm newsreels found buried… Read more »

Analogica 10 ///

ANALOGICA an online event scheduled for three weekends in December, fits the current times. Since in-person screenings and performances are not allowed, ANALOGICA 10 will be exclusively live-streamed, thus allowing for a safe, collective event. To join the 10th edition programming, just visit the ANALOGICA website.  Films will be screened only once per day, as in all… Read more »