From: Flick Harrison (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Jul 24 2008 - 15:57:43 PDT
Just got this via email - any spontaneous vancouverites interested?
IDYLL: MARCUSE AND MCCLUHAN
As a part of the public programming for its current exhibition, Idyll, the
and Helen Belkin Art Gallery in partnership with Vancity Theatre is
sponsor a special night of film screenings. On the 40th anniversary of May
Belkin Art Gallery presents three exhibitions?as well as works from its
and documents from its archive?addressing aspects of that revolutionary
complement the exhibition are a selection of films that are both documents
analysis of the 1960s. Two of the films screened explore the lives of figures
critical to the thinking of that time?philosopher and sociologist Herbert
and media theorist Marshall McLuhan. The three other films are
experimental filmmaking from the 1960s, displaying an interest in using
subvert a highly administered society through alterations in perception.
HERBERT'S HIPPOPOTAMUS: MARCUSE AND REVOLUTION IN PARADISE
July 24 // 7:00 pm
Paul Alexander Juutilainen // 1996 // 56 min // DVD
Preceded by: Aaeon (Al Razutis, 1 968-1970, 24 min., 16mm) and
Migration (David Rimmer, 1969, 11 min, DVD)
July 24 // 9:00 pm
Kevin McMahon // 2002 // 94 min // BetaSP
Preceded by: 21 ? 87 (Arthur Lipsett, 1964, 9 min. and 33 secs., BetaSP)
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.