this week's screeings

From: iimura (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 26 2006 - 08:07:10 PST

Dear friends,
I'd like to inform you this week's screeings of my film and video on
March 29-30(Wed.-Thu) at Anthology Film Archives, NewYork City, and
on April 10th(Mon) at Ocuralis, Brooklyn. I hope to see you there if
you are in the city. The programs are followings:
(I am planning to have a tour in the USA, or elsewhere, next year,
any inquiry is welcomed)

Taka iimura: Film and Video
."To review all of Iimura's work is an important occasion for all who
are concerned with the development and pleasures of cinema as an
art."Jonas Mekas (Director, Anthology Film Archives, New York)

Wednesday 29 March,7pm
   at Anthology Film Archives $8
                A CHAIR (1970, 6 minutes), BLINKING (1970, 2 minutes),
               TIME TUNNEL (1971,5 minutes), MAN AND WOMAN (1971, 2 minutes),
               VISUAL LOGIC (AND ILLOGIC) (1977, 8 minutes)
                MA: SPACE/TIME IN THE GARDEN OF RYOAN-JI (1989, 16 minutes)
                THE MAKING OF MA IN RYOAN-JI (1989, 10 minutes)
                MA: THE STONES HAVE MOVED (2004, 10minutes.)
                MA (INTERVALS) (1975-77, 10 minutes)

Thursday 30 March, 7pm
   at Anthology Film Archives $8
         1964, 34 minutes, Includes films by Yasunao Tone, Nobihiko Ohbayashi,
                 Ryu Koike, and Takahiko Iimura.
                 KUZU(JUNKS) (1962, 10 minutes,) Music by Takehisa Kosugi.
                 DADA62 (1962, 10 minutes, ) ON EYE RAPE (1962, 10 minutes,) Co-
                  produced by Natsuyuki Nakanishi.
                 A DANCE PARTY IN THE KINGDOM OF LILLIPUT (1964, 12 minutes,
                 With Sho Kazakura
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Avenue(at Second Street), New York, NY 10003 phone: (212) 505-5181
Subway: #6 to Bleeker St.,2 blocks North on Lafayette;East on Bons St
to 2nd Ave.

Monday 10 April, 8pm
  at Ocularis $6
                 CINE DANCE: THE BUTOH OF TATSUMI HIJIKATA 33minutes,
                FLUXUS REPLAYED (1991, 30 minutes)
                 With Yoko Ono, Nam June Paik, Dick Higgins, George
Brecht, Allison
                   Knowles, BenPatterson, Jackson Mac Low
                JOHN CAGE PERFORMS JAMES JOYCE (1985, 33 minutes,b&w,
                  sound) With John Cage
at Galapagos Art Space, 70 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 phone: (718) 388-8713,
Subway: the L train to Bedford avenue. Walk one block south to North
6th street and two and a half blocks west.

For Sale: Above DVDs are available for purchase at the theaters.
Inquiry: email suppressed

Takahiko iimura
4-35-7 Koenji-minami, Suginami-ku,
Tokyo, Japan   166-0003
Tel/Fax: 813-3314-0138
New York: 115 East 9th St. #18H,
New York, N.Y. USA 10003
New DVD: Ma, A Japanese Concept:
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.