IN THE STREET -- Outdoor screening at Cinema Project

From: Jeremy Rossen (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jun 13 2008 - 10:58:35 PDT

Hey Frameworkers,

Wanted to remind you that our last sreening of our Spring 2008 calendar will be an EXTRA SPECIAL OUTDOOR SCREENING this Saturday, June 14th. How often do you ever get to see experimental 16mm films outdoors? So ride your bicycles, bring some friends, a blanket, some beer or wine , and join us under the Portland stars for an amazing program of rarely seen film work.

Please note the special location and time of this event, as it will be:

June 14th 2008
3125 N.E. Burnside
Portland, Oregon

Live music by DASH! at 8:30
Films start at dusk [around 9:15 p.m.]

Much Love,
Cinema Project
Jeremy Rossen & Autumn Campbell

An Outdoor Film Screening

Once again, Cinema Project ventures out beneath the Portland stars with our film projector and screen. We start out the evening with musical guest Dash! and then move the program of films. Filmmaker Rudy Burckhardt spent a lifetime capturing the world around him, and among his most beautiful studies is this simple portrait of children swimming Under the Brooklyn Bridge. Noted New York City photographer Helen Levitt collaborated with Janice Loeb and James Agee on In the Street, capturing children at play on the streets of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Portland native and musicologist, painter, filmmaker, linguist, and anthropologist Harry Smith created Mirror Animation – a series of complexly intricate, hand-drawn collage animations. In his masterpiece The Riddle of Lumen by the prolific Stan Brakhage, the hero of the film is light itself. Finally concluding the night is The Black Tower by John Smith, we enter the world of a man haunted by a tower he believes is following him!
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Under The Brooklyn Bridge by Rudy Burckhardt [1953, 16mm, b&w, sound, 15 min.]
In the Street by Helen Levitt [1952, 16mm, b&w, sound, 16 min.]
Mirror Animation by Harry E. Smith [1979, 16mm, color, sound, 11 min.]
The Riddle of Lumen by Stan Brakhage [1972, 16mm, color, silent, 17 min.]
The Black Tower by John Smith [1987, 16mm, color, sound, 24 min.]

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