screening in SF Tues Oct 9

From: Caroline Koebel (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Oct 08 2007 - 13:43:34 PDT

Dear Frameworkers,
My screening tomorrow missed the Weekly Listing, so I'm sending it out last
sec myself (w/ info also about an upcoming NYC screening). --CK

San Francisco - Artists' Television Access - 992 Valencia Street
Tuesday, October 9, 8PM, $6

Departing from the early Super 8 film Stephanie Stairs made in San
Francisco, Moment of Motion encompasses 16mm experimental films and more
recent digital cinema, before returning to the small gauge format of Super
8, and in doing so, suggests that integral to the concept of leaving is the
possibility of return. In revisiting fairy tales, film history,
architectural sites, and Viennese Actionism, the programıs eclectic films
share the erotics of the moving image as an originary principle.
Full Program:

New York - Millennium Film Workshop - 66 E. 4th Street
Saturday, October 20, 8PM

Situated at a crossroads, City Film Berlin is a multidirectional program of
new cinema by Caroline Koebel. The filmmaker shot the two featured titles
Berlin Warszawa Express and Alex, Wait! while living as a pregnant artist in
Berlin. These works traverse performance and film, documentation and
intervention, seriality and narrative, rhythm and stillness, tourist
snapshot and meditative portrait, the city film genre and conceptual art.
They re-site the kino eye in the protruding belly, the filmmaker becoming a
visible body and a body of vision. Inverse to Walter Ruttmannıs Berlin:
Symphony of A City in which the camera was hidden in order to capture the
metropolis in its authenticity, in these films the spectacle of the
filmmaker as public maternal body casts shadow enough on the camera in
effect to conceal it. The program also includes a collaboration with
Katherine Crockett of the Martha Graham Dance Company, a reenactment of a
1968 action by Valie Export and Peter Weibel starring Tony Conrad and
Bernadette Wegenstein,  and two 16mm shorts.
Full Program:

Caroline Koebel
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