Impure Cinema: Hybrid Works Rupturing Media Boundaries

From: Jessica Allee (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Sep 29 2007 - 17:59:23 PDT

Hello Filmmakers,

We are happy to announce a new screening.

Impure Cinema: Hybrid Works Rupturing Media Boundaries

Friday, October 5th, 2007
Studio 27
689 Bryant Street
San Francisco, CA

Admission is free

Studio 27, a microcinema in San Francisco, presents a screening of short films and videos that intermingle different mediums or genres. By synthesizing traditional media and techniques with newer technologies, these filmmakers have created hybrid forms to express new ideas in their work. Some of these pieces draw attention to their own construction by the conventions of genre, while others either question or highlight the distinction between different visual technologies. The artist Federico Campanale will be present.

The Arsenal at Danzig by Timothy Hutchings, 2001, 8 mins., USA
Anticipation by Johanna Vaude, 2007, 12 mins., France
The Tree With The Lights In It by Jason A. Harrington, 2007, 5 mins., USA
Authority Head Exorcism by Daniel King, 2006, 3 mins., USA
Inkjet Printed Film Process by Jesse England, 2007, 1 min., USA
Vide-Uhhh! by Jesse England, 2005, 2 mins., USA
This video edited by computer by Jesse England, 2005, 1 min., USA
Blobsquatch: In The Expanded Field by Carl Diehl, 2007, 11 mins., USA
The End of The Universe as we know it? (Cosmic) by Anders Bojen & Kristoffer Orum, 2007, 8 mins., Denmark
Kogel Vogel by Federico Campanale, 2007, 6 mins., The Netherlands
Mother on Trial: Gathering Voices in the Theater of Attraction by Kristine Diekman, 2006, 12 mins., USA
Nebula by Hilary Harp and Suzie Silver, 2006, 10 mins, USA

Running Time: 1 hour, 19 mins.
Curated by Wago Kreider & Jessica Allee

For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.