SFAI Film Salon

From: Chris Kennedy (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Feb 08 2008 - 22:23:46 PST

Now on Wednesday night¹s for the rest of the semester, the Film Salon
continues next week, February 13th, 7:30pm in Studio 8, with a screening of
Brakhage¹s ³Anticipation of the Night² and Antonioni¹s ³Nettezza Urbana².
Hope to see you there.

Wednesday, February 13
Studio 8, 800 Chestnut Street
San Francisco


Moving on the edges of night, Michelangelo Antonioni¹s second film NETTEZZA
URBANA, a visual essay on Roman street sweepers, captures a city¹s life
pulse within an enveloping darkness of dusk and lightening of dawn. Delving
into the inner explorations of self, Stan Brakhage¹s THE ANTICIPATION OF THE
NIGHT gives impressionistic and poetic form to the discoveries, beauties and
anxieties of life. The film marks a crucial turning point in Brakhage¹s
work, in which the immediacies of encounter and the primacy of sight guide
the visioning of experience.

program to include:
NETTEZZA URBANA, Michelangelo Antonioni, 1948, 9 minutes
ANTICIPATION OF THE NIGHT, Stan Brakhage, 1958, 42 min.

Upcoming screenings:
€ Wednesday, February 20th: ³Transfigured Time² films by Maya Deren,
Charlotte Pryce, Pip Chodorov, Hans Richter, and Margaret White
€ Wednesday, February 27th: ³Spiral Jetty², films by Robert Smithson, Nancy
Holt and James Benning [In the Lecture Hall]
€ Wednesday, March 5th: ³Not Yet A Man², films by Wolf Koenig & Roman
Kroitor, Morgan Fisher, and Thom Anderson

For more information: email suppressed

The SFAI Film Salon is a weekly screening series, supported by the SFAI
Student Union & LOGS

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