Omnium-Gatherum at Light Industry TONIGHT

From: Thomas Beard (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 08 2009 - 07:21:25 PDT

Light Industry
220 36th Street, 5th Floor
Brooklyn, New York

Curated by Jeremy Rossen
Thursday, October 8, 2009 at 7:30pm

Portland, Oregon¹s Cinema Project is one of the most intrepid venues for
experimental film in the US, operating a 50-seat theater in a refitted
industrial warehouse space not so different from Light Industry¹s own. A
collectively-run venture since 2003, they¹ve brought local audiences an
eclectic, international array of both historical and contemporary
avant-garde cinema. We¹re proud to host this special program curated and
presented by Jeremy Rossen, Cinema Project¹s co-founder and projectionist.

³Omnium-Gatherum contains a selection of work from filmmakers whom I have
had the opportunity to meet and correspond with over the years through
programming work at Cinema Project. For this screening, however, everyone
was asked to screen work that fell into one of the following categories:

- a film that was worked on but never finished
- a film that was finished but rarely or never screened
- something "funny"
- a film that they found
- a film made while a teenager

- JR

Pittsburgh Trilogy Pt. I, Peggy Ahwesh, S8mm, 1983, 13 mins
these horizon, Stephanie Barber, 16mm, 1997, 12 mins
Selfcentarded, Cooper Battersby + Emily Vey Duke, video, 2000, 3 mins
The Letter I, Kevin Jerome Everson, 16mm, 1990, 5 mins
Ordinary Time, Equivocal Inventory, David Gatten, S8mm/35mm slides,
1996/2009, 5 mins
Homeless Children, found by Sandra Gibson, video, 1986, 7 mins (excerpt)
Performance by Andrew Lampert, S8/16mm/35mm slides, 2009, 10 mins
Faro Point Sur, Jeanne Liotta, 16mm, 2004, 3 mins
Shirley, Sharon Lockhart and Daniel Marlos, 16mm, 1999, 13 mins
³Woman Reading in a Landscape,² 1869 (After Corot; for SG), Luis Recoder,
video, 2002-2005, 4 mins
Friday the 13th (Alice), Ben Rivers, video, 2009, 7 mins
Kinetic, Michael Robinson, 16mm, 2000, 2 mins
Nocturne Four, Phil Solomon, S8mm, 1976, 10 mins
Subway Song, Deborah Stratman, S8mm, 1986, 3 mins
Bathroom Naughtiness, Akram Zaatari, video, 2000, 3 mins

Tickets - $7, available at door.

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