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  • Dmitri Frolov Film Work Retrospective

    Retrospective of works by Dmitri Frolov (18+). Frolov is one of the leaders of russian film vanguard in postperestroika age. He makes aesthetic experiments connecting with a return to dumb cinema on new level of movie language.

    Programme:
    "Long Away" (35 mm, b/w), 04':00", 
    "Berry" (16mm, b/w), 02':00", 
    "Time, ago" (HD, color), 06':30",
    "Let" (16 mm, b/w), 02':00",
    "Lonely" (16 mm, color), 03':00",
    "Last Love" (16 mm film, color), 18':00"

    Dates: 

    Tuesday, July 11, 2017 (All day) to Friday, July 14, 2017 (All day)

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  • Canyon Cinema 50: O'er the Land with Deborah Stratman

    Deborah Stratman presents O’er the Land (2009) along with selections from Canyon Cinema’s collection.

    This evening and special presentation is curated by Light Field, and is co-presented by Headlands Center for the Arts,  Pro Arts Gallery and Canyon Cinema, with San Francisco Cinematheque. Deborah will also present The Illinois Parables (2016) at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on Thursday, June 29th at 7:30pm. For more information, click here.

    Deborah Stratman in person.

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 20:30

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  • Contact: Pairs: Nick Collins / Cathy Rogers

    Contact: Pairs: Nick Collins / Cathy Rogers
    June 26th, 7:30pm at The Depot, 38 Upper Clapton Rd, London, E5 8BQ - £5/£3

    Nick Collins has been making films since the late 1970s. They centre on small scale instances of human geography and habitation, spanning investigations of archeological sites to contemporary environs. Graphic patterns of light and shadow are the focus of his observational camera, with his subjects including Greek temples, domestic gardens, and town squares. Collins has often collected his films together in short series of 'little films' reflecting their lyricism.

    Dates: 

    Monday, June 26, 2017 - 19:30

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  • DIM Cinema: Almost Empty Rooms

    DIM Cinema presents a free screening pairing two canonical works of Canadian experimental film: Michael Snow’s single-take across a New York loft, perhaps “the most consequential zoom shot in the history of cinema” (Jonathan Rosenbaum, Monthly Film Bulletin), and Alberta-born, B.C.-based filmmaker Ellie Epp’s 12-shot study of a soon-to-be-demolished public bath in London, which “maps another way out of structural film toward a cinema of delicate implication” (Bart Testa, Canadian Encyclopedia).

    Dates: 

    Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - 19:30

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  • The Dream That Kicks presents Confessions To A Mirror

    After screening her amazing film Magic Mirror in 2013, we are delighted to invite British artist Sarah Pucill to present her latest film for The Dream That Kicks.

    Amidst a visual extravaganza of costumes and hand-made sets, Sarah Pucill's new film Confessions to the Mirror takes its title, from the French Surrealist artist, Claude Cahun’s incomplete memoir. Following Cahun’s text, the film includes Cahun’s early and later life and work including her political propaganda activity and imprisonment in Jersey with her partner Suzanne Malherbe during the Nazi occupation of the island.

    Dates: 

    Sunday, June 18, 2017 - 18:00

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