MassArt Film Society Schedule Version 2

From: Adam Savje (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Feb 15 2007 - 10:37:02 PST

Hello All,

Here is the updated massart film society schedule. check ouit our website at

for current information.
The Valentine's Day show was cancelled due to the weather. This show may be rescheduled. I will send out an email if and when.


MassArt Film Society Spring 2007
Version 2

January 17th

Blonde Cobra By Ken Jacobs
Flaming Creatures By Jack Smith

January 24th

Inner and Outer Space By Andy Warhol
Poor Little Rich Girl by Warhol
Christmas on Earth By Barbara Rubin
Notes after Long Silence By Saul Levine

January 31st

Fire of Water By Stan Brakhage
I...dreaming By Stan Brakhage
Gently Down the Stream By Su Friedrich
But No One By Su Friedrich
Back and Forth By Michael Snow

February 7th

Wavelength By Michael Snow
Corpus Collossum By Michael Snow
New York Eye and Ear Control By Michael Snow

February 14th

Un Chant D'Amour By Jean Genet
Adventures of Jimmy By James Broughton
Couch By Andy Warhol
Kiss By Andy Warhol
Rules of The Road By Su Friedrich
Fuses By Carolee Schneeman
Wedlock House: An Intercourse By Stan Brakhage

February 21st

Medley by Jessie Stead
Foggy Mountains Breakdown More Than Non-Foggy Mountains by Jessie Stead
Artist will be present.

February 28th
Sidewalk Shuttle by Ernie Gehr
Serene Velocity by Ernie Gehr
Untitled by Ernie Gehr

March 7th


March 14th

To Be Determined

March 21st

March 28th

Films By Marie Lossier
Artist will be present.

April 4th

Conversation with My Mother
By Asma Kazmi

I Get High Because I'm Afraid of His Lows
Parts 1,2,3
By Yun Kim

April 11th

Ladrones y Mentirosos
(Thieves and Liars)
By Ricardo Mendez-Matta and Poli Marichal

April 18th

Jeff Silva
Artist will be present.

Balkan Rhapsodies #1-78: Post-War Journeys through Serbia and Kosovo, 60 min, 2007

Balkan Rhapsodies #1-78 is an experimental documentary exploring the cultural intricacies and history of the conflict between Serbia, Kosovo and the NATO bombings in 1999. The formal structure of the video is inspired by the fragmentary and open-ended framework of rhapsodic literature and music, of which the video employs to echo the complexity of life in post-war Former Yugoslavia. I was the first American allowed into Serbia after the NATO bombings in June of 1999. and the experiences and filming I did while there makes up the heart of the project. I later returned back to the Balkans to film again in 2000 and 2005. The video weaves together a fragmented mosaic, back and forth in a rhythmic rhapsody; moving between intimate verité footage, interview testimonials from survivors, commentary from foreign policy experts Zinn and Chomsky, lyrical image montages, appropriated footage, journal entries, and humorous musical interludes. The collection of detritus and shards of !
 memories, experiences and facts creates a melodic echo that resonates into our present day conflicts beyond the historical moment of the conflict in Former Yugoslavia.-Jeff Silva

April 25th
Gretchen Skogerson
Artist will be present.

All shows begin promptly at 8 p.m.

All shows are Wednesday nights unless otherwise noted.

$4 Donation/Free for MassArt Students and Staff.

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Massachusetts College of Art Film Society
Film Department
Screening Room 1 East Hall
621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Film Society Information: 617.879.7441

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