Saturday, October 14th, 2017
Artists’ Television Access
992 Valencia Street, San Francisco
$7.00 General Admission
Presented in association with Other Cinema.
Read a full press release for this event here.
“The 50th Anniversary of our beloved Bay Area film co-op, Canyon alums Courtney Fellion and Linda Scobie twirl a whirlygig of illusory narratives and critical thoughts. The luv-fest features rarely seen 16mm prints from the legendary collection, including Daina Krumins’ surrealist assemblage Babobilicons and Mark Lapore’s The Glass System, a cross-cultural mediation on the “impact of globalization and the hegemony of Western-style capitalism”. Local light Greta Snider’s street-poetic Blood Story precedes headliner Loose Ends, Chick Strand’s kaleidoscopic collage on media oversaturation and psychological entropy. And tying up a final loose end, tonight’s party also sees the release of the fifth, consummating issue of the current configuration of Canyon Cinemazine, as editors Fellion and Scobie return the baton to director Antonella Bonfanti for future incarnations. All five editions of their project are available for purchase, along with a raffle of color posters, test prints, plus free cake and champagne!!” -Other Cinema
Other Cinema: 16mm Mothership
All works presented in 16mm.
Babobilicons by Daina Krumins (1982, 16 min, color)
The Glass System by Mark Lapore (2000, 20 min, color)
Blood Story by Greta Snider (1990, 3 min, color)
Loose Ends by Chick Strand (1979, 25 min, B&W)
Canyon Cinema is thankful for the long term support of the George Lucas Family Foundation. Dedicated project funding for Canyon Cinema 50 has been generously provided by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Owsley Brown III Foundation, Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation and The Fleishhacker Foundation.