FrameWorks Digest, Vol 2, Issue 11

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Today's Topics:

   1. William Earle's films (Marcin Gizycki)
   2. Re: Christmas on Earth: Audio, Randomness, Cinema
      (David Tetzlaff)
   3. Lawrence Brose (DOMINIC ANGERAME)
   4. Re: Lawrence Brose (craig baldwin)
   5. This week [July 3 - 11, 2010] in avant garde cinema
      (Weekly Listing)

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Message: 1
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 19:48:01 +0200
From: "Marcin Gizycki" <email suppressed>
Subject: [Frameworks] William Earle's films
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Hi,

Does anybody know anything about William Earle's (the author of 'Surrealism
of the Movies') films? Are they available? Are they any good?Any
descriptions of them?

Marcin Gizycki

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Message: 2
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 15:41:20 -0400
From: David Tetzlaff <email suppressed>
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Christmas on Earth: Audio, Randomness,
        Cinema
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t0ny wrote:

> So, giving Barbara due credit, I don?t think any answer is really
> ?right? or
> ?final? about CoE?s soundtrack, but ONE was the big Beatles
> compilation, and if
> you could erase the ennui of 3 zillion supermarket muzak repeats
> from yer head,
> it would still do. But probably Christmas on Earth shouldn?t be
> wedded to
> ?oldies,? because that certainly wasn?t the idea, no, no.

Thank you so much, Tony for your comments and insight.

Given that there never was a 'right' answer, seeking one only becomes
harder as time intervenes. We CAN'T erase those Muzak versions and
played-to-death and used-in-Nike ads experiences in our heads, at
least not completely. CoE seems to want to exist in the now, but it's
gathered enough historical baggage, along with just displaying markers
of it's time, that will inevitably frustrate that desire, at least to
some degree. And so I think there's a not-insignificant difference
between a radio broadcast of classic rock, and the deejay mix I made.
The broadcast occurs in the now, and will be random in a more thorough
way, yet by framing the records as 'classics' or oldies it overtly
pushes the content back into the past, and one framed by nostalgia at
that. The pre-recorded track is canned and fixed, the audience will
realize that it cannot be 'live' and is a sort of historical
recreation. But within that, the DJ patter frames the content as
existing in the ephemeral now of the pop culture moment, and no
referential context of memory is added by the audio itself. Different
viewers will relate to the 'past-ness' of the image and audio
differently. Some, I think, will be able to kind of transport
themselves back into a moment gone by as if it were the present, which
I think is cool. The more interactive and particpatory the screening
is, the more I think that happens -- which is why I asked everyone in
our (small) audiences to take turns playing with the gels.

That said, I still suspect that part of the idea of CoE is to invite
and embrace difference, including differences that 'weren't the idea'
at the time, because that was then yadda yadda. So while _I_ don't
like the idea of 'oldies' at all, and didn't think of my modest
assemblage in those terms, I think it's perfectly valid, now, to treat
CoE in a manner that emphasizes our distance from it's moment rather
than trying to collapse that gap. Any soundtrack I can imagine is
bound to work both forth and against either goal to some degree -- do
we read the oldies station with straight nostalgia or ironic distance?

Endlessly fascinating (just MHO).

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Message: 3
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 16:45:48 -0700 (PDT)
From: DOMINIC ANGERAME <email suppressed>
Subject: [Frameworks] Lawrence Brose
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Hi all I forward this email sent to me by David Finkelstein regarding Lawrence Brose. I do not know the details yet.

Dominic Angerame

Dear Friend,

Lawrence Brose is a wonderful experimental filmmaker who has been making films since 1983. The Department of Homeland Security is bringing charges against him, alleging that he possesses illicit digital images. The images in question are simply stills from his films and materials he uses to make his films.

The case of Lawrence Brose is a prime example of the contemporary abuse of power by Homeland Security and the Justice Department. The charges brought against Brose essentially make engaging a difficult issue a criminal offense and recall the government?s tactics during the McCarthy trials of the 1950s. Like that infamous challenge to Democracy, this case questions how far the government can reach, unopposed, into artists? studios, galleries, museums, and even our homes to silence free speech, thought, and inquiry.

His legal defense will be a crucial, precedent-setting case. It is very expensive, and a fund has been set up to help pay for it:

http://lawrencebroselegaldefensefund.com/

Please help!

Thank you.

David Finkelstein

----- Original Message ----
From: Marcin Gizycki <email suppressed>
To: email suppressed
Sent: Sat, July 3, 2010 10:48:01 AM
Subject: [Frameworks] William Earle's films

Hi,

Does anybody know anything about William Earle's (the author of 'Surrealism
of the Movies') films? Are they available? Are they any good?Any
descriptions of them?

Marcin Gizycki

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Message: 4
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 17:16:38 -0700
From: craig baldwin <email suppressed>
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Lawrence Brose
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Please tell us more (or lead us to more info), Dominic..
I hope that I can speak for the Frameworks community when I say that we will come
to Lawrence's aid, for sure!!!!!!

Craig Baldwin

> Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 16:45:48 -0700
> From: email suppressed
> To: email suppressed
> Subject: [Frameworks] Lawrence Brose
>
> Hi all I forward this email sent to me by David Finkelstein regarding Lawrence Brose. I do not know the details yet.
>
> Dominic Angerame
>
> Dear Friend,
>
> Lawrence Brose is a wonderful experimental filmmaker who has been making films since 1983. The Department of Homeland Security is bringing charges against him, alleging that he possesses illicit digital images. The images in question are simply stills from his films and materials he uses to make his films.
>
> The case of Lawrence Brose is a prime example of the contemporary abuse of power by Homeland Security and the Justice Department. The charges brought against Brose essentially make engaging a difficult issue a criminal offense and recall the government?s tactics during the McCarthy trials of the 1950s. Like that infamous challenge to Democracy, this case questions how far the government can reach, unopposed, into artists? studios, galleries, museums, and even our homes to silence free speech, thought, and inquiry.
>
> His legal defense will be a crucial, precedent-setting case. It is very expensive, and a fund has been set up to help pay for it:
>
> http://lawrencebroselegaldefensefund.com/
>
> Please help!
>
> Thank you.
>
> David Finkelstein
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: Marcin Gizycki <email suppressed>
> To: email suppressed
> Sent: Sat, July 3, 2010 10:48:01 AM
> Subject: [Frameworks] William Earle's films
>
> Hi,
>
> Does anybody know anything about William Earle's (the author of 'Surrealism
> of the Movies') films? Are they available? Are they any good?Any
> descriptions of them?
>
> Marcin Gizycki
>
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Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 17:25:50 -0700 (PDT)
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Subject: [Frameworks] This week [July 3 - 11, 2010] in avant garde
        cinema
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This week [July 3 - 11, 2010] in avant garde cinema

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ETC Media Artists Residency (Newark Valley, NY, USA; Deadline: July 15, 2010)
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Around the Coyote Fall Festival 2010 (Chicago; Deadline: July 21, 2010)
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6th Renderyard Short Film Festival (London; Deadline: July 31, 2010)
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Basement Media Festival (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA; Deadline: July 24, 2010)
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Lucca Film Festival 2010 (Lucca, Tuscany - Italy; Deadline: July 31, 2010)
 http://www.hi-beam.net/cgi-bin/ann.pl?type=calls&readfile=1163.ann
Black Rock City Film Festival (Black Rock City - Burning Man; Deadline: July 15, 2010)
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Indie Fest (La Jolla, CA, USA; Deadline: July 30, 2010)
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Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) (Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Deadline: July 15, 2010)
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Journal of Short Film (Columbus, Ohio, USA; Deadline: July 31, 2010)
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THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMS (SUMMARY):
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 * {S0nik} and Synthetic Zero Noise/Experimental/Video/Art/Performance [July 3, Bronx, New York]
 * Ems # 17 = Naomi Uman In Person [July 6, Toronto, Ontario, Canada]
 * Ems # 17 = Naomi Uman In Person [July 6, Toronto, Ontario, Canada]
 * {S0nik} and Synthetic Zero Noise/Experimental/Video/Art/Performance [July 7, Bronx, New York]
 * Mgfest Atlanta 2010 [July 9, Atlanta, Georgia]
 * Cinema Jou Jou iv [July 9, Denver, Colorado]
 * Essential Cinema: the Flowers of St. Francis [July 9, New York]
 * Essential Cinema: the Flowers of St. Francis [July 9, New York]
 * Essential Cinema: Harry Smith Program [July 10, New York]
 * Heaven and Earth Magic [July 10, New York]
 * Phil Solomon: Rhapsodies In Silver [July 10, Washington, DC]
 * Essential Cinema: Kenneth Anger Program [July 11, New York]
 * Essential Cinema: Kenneth Anger Program [July 11, New York]
 * Phil Solomon: Rhapsodies In Silver [July 11, Washington, DC]

Events are sorted by CITY within each DATE.

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SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2010
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7/3
Bronx, New York: BronxArtSpace
http://www.bronxartspace.com/
7-10pm, 305 E. 140th St #1A

 {S0NIK} AND SYNTHETIC ZERO NOISE/EXPERIMENTAL/VIDEO/ART/PERFORMANCE
  {S0NiK} Fest and Synthetic Zero are putting on a joint event on Sat July
  3, 7pm-10pm and Wed Jul 7 6pm-9pm at BronxArtSpace. The event will be
  free (donations accepted). The events will be part of the Bronx Culture
  Trolley. Note: the art exhibit will also be open Fridays and Saturdays
  2-7pm from July 3rd to July 17th. Performance (curated by {S0NiK}):
  David Schafer and MeKaniKdolls - The Shooting Star Experiment of Lights
  - N01SeKids. Experimental film: curated by {S0NiK}: Carr Chadwick -
  Albert Negredo - Joaquin Gasgonia Palencia - Derek Larson - Sally
  Grizzell Larson - Lemeh42 - Richard O'Sullivan - Joo Ricardo - Rui
  Filipe Antunes - Rebecca Gaffney - curated by synthetic zero: Young Lee
  - Russell J. Chartier and Paul J. Botelo - Susan Fang - Karen Y. Chan -
  Sarah Granett - Jane Hsu - Derek Taylor. Art: curated by synthetic zero:
  Ellen Fagan & Judson Wright - Emily Roberts-Negron - Yo Park - Anne
  Humanfeld - Diana Rivera - Jonathan Neal - curated by {S0NiK}: Natalie
  McKeever - Richard Lainhart - Rebecca Curry - Nick Shiffrin - Jeff
  Thompson - Mark Skwarek and Joseph Hocking - Alan Bigelow.

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TUESDAY, JULY 6, 2010
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7/6
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Early Monthly Segments
http://earlymonthlysegments.org/
8:00 PM, Gladstone Hotel Art Bar, 1214 Queen Street West

 EMS # 17 = NAOMI UMAN IN PERSON
  We are very pleased to welcome Naomi Uman to town to present films from
  her recent series, The Ukrainian Time Machine. These films developed out
  of her decision to return to her ancestral home in Ukraine to live. The
  films follow her process of assimilation into a small aging community in
  rural Ukraine a process that includes learning the language and
  customs and connecting across very different cultural experiences. As
  revealed in her previous films Leche and Mala Leche, which focused on
  Mexican immigrants in California's Central Valley, Uman has an eye for
  the agrarian labour practices that are often unknown parts of a
  country's economy. Her life in Legedzine, Ukraine reveals an even more
  localized food chain and her films follow the labour of the harvest, the
  necessary pickling to withstand the winter season, and the social
  occasions of the meal. As a result, the films in The Ukrainian Time
  Machine are beautiful portraits of the process of creating a home
  amongst new neighbors and the traditions of village life in modern
  Ukraine. Programme: Selections from The Ukrainian Time Machine:
  Kalendar, Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 11 mins The Unnamed Film,
  Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 55 mins On This Day, Naomi Uman,
  16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 4 mins Clay, Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA
  15 mins for more information please visit
  http://www.earlymonthlysegments.org

7/6
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Early Monthly Segments
http://earlymonthlysegments.org/
8:00 PM, Gladstone Hotel Art Bar, 1214 Queen Street West

 EMS # 17 = NAOMI UMAN IN PERSON
  We are very pleased to welcome Naomi Uman to town to present films from
  her recent series, The Ukrainian Time Machine. These films developed out
  of her decision to return to her ancestral home in Ukraine to live. The
  films follow her process of assimilation into a small aging community in
  rural Ukraine a process that includes learning the language and
  customs and connecting across very different cultural experiences. As
  revealed in her previous films Leche and Mala Leche, which focused on
  Mexican immigrants in California's Central Valley, Uman has an eye for
  the agrarian labour practices that are often unknown parts of a
  country's economy. Her life in Legedzine, Ukraine reveals an even more
  localized food chain and her films follow the labour of the harvest, the
  necessary pickling to withstand the winter season, and the social
  occasions of the meal. As a result, the films in The Ukrainian Time
  Machine are beautiful portraits of the process of creating a home
  amongst new neighbors and the traditions of village life in modern
  Ukraine. Programme: Selections from The Ukrainian Time Machine:
  Kalendar, Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 11 mins The Unnamed Film,
  Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 55 mins On This Day, Naomi Uman,
  16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA 4 mins Clay, Naomi Uman, 16mm, 2008, Ukraine/USA
  15 mins for more information please visit
  http://www.earlymonthlysegments.org

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 2010
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7/7
Bronx, New York: BronxArtSpace
http://www.bronxartspace.com/
6pm-10pm, 305 E. 140th St #1A

 {S0NIK} AND SYNTHETIC ZERO NOISE/EXPERIMENTAL/VIDEO/ART/PERFORMANCE
  {S0NiK} Fest and Synthetic Zero are putting on a joint event on Sat July
  3, 7pm-10pm and Wed Jul 7 6pm-9pm at BronxArtSpace. The event will be
  free (donations accepted). The events will be part of the Bronx Culture
  Trolley. Note: the art exhibit will also be open Fridays and Saturdays
  2-7pm from July 3rd to July 17th. Performance (curated by {S0NiK}):
  David Schafer and MeKaniKdolls - The Shooting Star Experiment of Lights
  - N01SeKids. Experimental film: curated by {S0NiK}: Carr Chadwick -
  Albert Negredo - Joaquin Gasgonia Palencia - Derek Larson - Sally
  Grizzell Larson - Lemeh42 - Richard O'Sullivan - Joo Ricardo - Rui
  Filipe Antunes - Rebecca Gaffney - curated by synthetic zero: Young Lee
  - Russell J. Chartier and Paul J. Botelo - Susan Fang - Karen Y. Chan -
  Sarah Granett - Jane Hsu - Derek Taylor. Art: curated by synthetic zero:
  Ellen Fagan & Judson Wright - Emily Roberts-Negron - Yo Park - Anne
  Humanfeld - Diana Rivera - Jonathan Neal - curated by {S0NiK}: Natalie
  McKeever - Richard Lainhart - Rebecca Curry - Nick Shiffrin - Jeff
  Thompson - Mark Skwarek and Joseph Hocking - Alan Bigelow.

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FRIDAY, JULY 9, 2010
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7/9
Atlanta, Georgia: Motion Graphics Festival
http://MGFest.com
10:00am, all over the city

 MGFEST ATLANTA 2010
  Motion Graphics Festival :: July Tour: Atlanta, Philadelphia and San
  Francisco The Motion Graphics Festival is the premier creative
  conference for motion design, visual effects, sound design and interface
  technology, presenting a wide array of events including: art showcases,
  workshops, panel discussions, studio tours, theater screenings, industry
  mixers and audio visual showcases. Throughout July, MGFest is touring
  Atlanta (9-11 July), Philadelphia (24-25 July), and San Francisco (30
  July 1 August) delivering workshops and screenings focused in motion
  and sound design. Entertainment events include screenings with artists
  curated from international talent, such as: The Mill, Dvein, Pleix,
  Psyop, Herzog & De Meuron, Warp Records, The Crystal Method, Royksopp,
  Assassin's Creed 2, LucasArts and many more. With an artistic lineup of
  events focused on discovering new talent and providing them an
  opportunity to showcase their work, Call For Entry submissions are
  accepted throughout the year. To enter, please go to:
  http://MGFest.com/10/call/#4entry Subscribe to event updates here:
  http://MGFest.com/connect.php Atlanta Motion Graphics Festival 2010:
  Friday 9 Sunday 11 July The festival arrives with three days of
  workshops, entertainment and networking events. Friday starts MGFest off
  with a speakers series, networking lunch and screenings. The weekend
  brings workshops in Cinema 4D, Creative Motion Design with After Effects
  and Photoshop, and Introduction to Flash Animation. On Saturday night,
  MGFest teams up with City Skies, showcasing the best of electronic
  music, featuring artists such as: John Vorus, Johnn Jitters, Phylum
  Sinter, and citizenGreen. Spaces in workshops are filling up fast and
  the Saturday Cinema 4D class is already sold out, so reserve you place
  soon. Full Event Information and registration:
  http://MGFest.com/#atlanta

7/9
Denver, Colorado: TIE
http://joujou4.blogspot.com/
7:30PM, Tears McFarlane House (1290 Williams Street)

 CINEMA JOU JOU IV
  ON JULY 9TH, 2010, DENVER, COLORADO HOSTS CINEMA JOU JOU IV, A BENEFIT
  FOR TIE, THE INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL CINEMA EXPOSITION, A 501(C)(3)
  NON-PROFIT. THE COZY GALA INCLUDES PROJECTION, MUSIC, POETRY AND MORE.
  THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO GIVE TO ONE OF THE MOST GROUND-BREAKING
  AND AMBITIOUS, INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED FILM ARTS CHARITIES. JOIN
  OTHER CREATIVE MINDS FOR THIS INTIMATE EVENING AT THE TEARS MCFARLANE
  MANSION (THE NORTH EDGE OF CHEESMAN PARK). *BRING YOUR CHECKBOOK*
  http://joujou4.blogspot.com/

7/9
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
7:00 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: THE FLOWERS OF ST. FRANCIS
  by Roberto Rossellini 1949, 85 minutes, 35mm. In Italian with no
  subtitles; English synopsis available. Francesco (St. Francis of Assisi)
  comes back to Santa Maria degli Angeli from Rome, journeying with his
  friars through the rain. When they are driven out of a hut, he begs the
  brothers' forgiveness for abusing their obedience. While the monks are
  finishing the chapel, Brother Ginepro arrives naked again and confesses
  that the previous night he was tempted by the Devil. Later, he cuts the
  foot off a pig to feed a sick brother. That evening, Francesco meets a
  leper and kisses him. Brother Ginepro receives Francesco's permission to
  preach and arrives at the camp of Nicolaio, the tyrant of Viterbo, whose
  cruelty he overcomes with his perfect humility. Francesco teaches
  Brother Leone that bearing injuries and blows is an example of perfect
  joy. Francesco sends his brothers out to preach far and wide.

7/9
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
9:00 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: THE FLOWERS OF ST. FRANCIS
  See program notes for 7:00 pm.

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SATURDAY, JULY 10, 2010
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7/10
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
6:15 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: HARRY SMITH PROGRAM
  EARLY ABSTRACTIONS (1941-57, 23 minutes, 16mm) Preserved by Anthology
  Film Archives with support from the National Film Preservation
  Foundation. MIRROR ANIMATIONS (extended 1979 version, 11 minutes, 35mm)
  NEW PRINT! LATE SUPERIMPOSITIONS (1964, 28 minutes, 16mm) OZ, THE TIN
  WOODMAN'S DREAM (1967, 15 minutes, 35mm) "My cinematic excreta is of
  four varieties: batiked animations made directly on film between 1939
  and 1946; optically printed non-objective studies composed around 1950;
  semi-realistic animated collages made as part of my alchemical labors of
  1957 to 1962; and chronologically super-imposed photographs of
  actualities formed since the latter year. All these works have been
  organized in specific patterns derived from the interlocking beats of
  the respiration, the heart and the EEG Alpha component and should be
  observed together in order, or not at all, for they are valuable works,
  works that will forever abide they made me gray." Harry Smith Total
  running time: ca. 80 minutes

7/10
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
8:15 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 HEAVEN AND EARTH MAGIC
  by Harry Smith 1950-61, 66 minutes, 16mm. Preserved by Anthology Film
  Archives with support from the National Film Preservation Foundation and
  Cineric, Inc. "NO. 12 can be seen as one moment certainly the most
  elaborately crafted moment of the single alchemical film which is
  Harry Smith's life work. In its seriousness, its austerity, it is one of
  the strangest and most fascinating landmarks in the history of cinema.
  Its elaborately constructed soundtrack in which the sounds of various
  figures are systematically displaced onto other images reflects Smith's
  abiding concern with auditory effects." P. Adams Sitney

7/10
Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art
http://www.nga.gov
3pm, 4th & Constitution Avenue NW

 PHIL SOLOMON: RHAPSODIES IN SILVER
  Over a three-decade career, filmmaker Phil Solomon has established
  himself as one of the great visionary artists of American experimental
  cinema. Solomon employs both photochemical manipulation and
  re-photography of the filmstrip to make haunting, expressionistic films.
  More recently he has expanded his horizons into machinima, digital art
  derived from videogame software. Program 1: Elegies; Includes American
  Falls (2010), Crossroad (2005), and other films. Total running time 103
  minutes

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SUNDAY, JULY 11, 2010
---------------------

7/11
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
6:30 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: KENNETH ANGER PROGRAM
  FIREWORKS (1947, 20 minutes, 35mm, b&w) RABBIT'S MOON (1950-70, 15
  minutes, 35mm) EAUX D'ARTIFICE (1953, 13 minutes, 16mm) SCORPIO RISING
  (1963, 30 minutes, 35mm) Poetry, psychodrama, and the occult meet in
  these timeless works by one of the pioneers of the American avant-garde
  film. Total running time: ca. 80 minutes.

7/11
New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
8:30 pm, 32 2nd Avenue

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: KENNETH ANGER PROGRAM
  See program notes for 6:30 pm.

7/11
Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art
http://www.nga.gov
4:30pm, 4th & Constitution Avenue NW

 PHIL SOLOMON: RHAPSODIES IN SILVER
  Over a three-decade career, filmmaker Phil Solomon has established
  himself as one of the great visionary artists of American experimental
  cinema. Solomon employs both photochemical manipulation and
  re-photography of the filmstrip to make haunting, expressionistic films.
  More recently he has expanded his horizons into machinima, digital art
  derived from videogame software. Program 2: Lullabies ; Includes
  Twilight Psalm II: Walking Distance (1999), Seasons... (2002), and other
  films. Total running time 86 minutes

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