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51 McCoppin Street
(near the corner of Market & Valencia)
San Francisco, California USA
(415) 431-4007

All shows at 51 McCoppin Street unless otherwise noted. Donation $3.

Monday, March 27: Safety Is Our Concern
Saturday, April 8: Gor Blimey Guvnor!
Saturday, April 22: Canyon Cinema Programmer's Night Welcomes Bruce Baillie
Saturday, May 6: Open Screen and Feed
Monday, May 15: TOTAL MOBILE HOME Tour Preview

Safety Is Our Concern

films from the collection of Peter Conheim

Monday, March 27 at 8:00pm

"Everyone wants to be safe, whether at home, at work, or at school. Instructional film has played a major role in the educating ill-informed citizens of all ages, reaching its peak during the cold war years. This program will be a selection of various types of films intended to either put people's fears of the unknown to rest or to aid them in potentially dangerous situations of all types. Subjects will be shown in complete forms as well as excerpted clips. Expect possible human interaction with the film forms to enhance traditional viewing procedures. As evidenced by tonight's material the illusion of safety may be as much to fear as fear itself." - P.C.

Gor Blimey Guvnor!

SPECIAL LOCATION: Victoria Room, 180 - 6th Street, San Francisco

Saturday, April 8 at 8:00pm

Recent film and video from London, England, "the wastepaper basket of Europe." TMH rendezvous with Emily Richardson at 180 6th Street, the "wastepaper basket of San Francisco" where "...she wrinkles her delightful chickens and spits globs of strawberry puss at long legged society shiteaters." Ten U.S. premieres! Join us at the leaky palace on the corner of 6th and Howard. Call 415.431.4654 for info.

Canyon Cinema Programmer's Night
Welcomes Bruce Baillie

Saturday, April 22 at 8:00pm

Join Canyon Cinema's founder Bruce Baillie for a presentation of his work and more new films from Canyon members. Bruce Baillie returns to his roots by screening work with friends at HOME. See what Dad has to say about what the children are up to. Film program TBA.


with Scott Stark

Monday, May 1 at 8:00pm

Microcinema is WIRED! San Francisco film/video artist Scott Stark will log in and present a beginner's guided tour of the Internet, with special emphasis on tools and resources available on-line to media makers and art junkies. The program will also include a short selection of digitally-inspired films.

Open Screen and Feed

Saturday, May 6 at 6:00pm
organized by Brian Frye

You are invited to bring all kinds of film-video matter and (grilleable) FOOD to complement an epic night of shared consumption! Formats: 16mm, super-8, regular-8, VHS and 8mm tape. Bring your work this evening or contact Brian at 415.337.8632.

Tour Preview

Monday, May 15 at 8:00pm

TMH hosts Rebecca Barten and David Sherman will preview their upcoming multi-state tour of film and video.

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