San Francisco Cinematheque announces Crossroads 2015 (April 10–12) at San Francisco's Victoria Theatre. Founded by filmmaker Bruce Baillie in 1961, San Francisco Cinematheque is an internationally recognized arts institution and the Bay Area’s premier venue for avant-garde/experimental, underground and personally expressive film and video work.
Crossroads 2015 will present over sixty films, videos and performance works by over fifty filmmakers from around the world screened in nine feature-length programs. Highlights of this edition include a program of live performance cinema works by OJOBOCA, Allison Leigh Holt & Kadet Kuhne, Michael A. Morris and Kerry Laitala & Voicehandler; and screeening of the latest works, many of them premieres, by Scott Stark, Karissa Hahn, Stephen Broomer, Pablo Mazzolo, Paul Clipson, Luis Macías, Malena Szlam, Abigail Child, Basma Alsharif, Jean-Paul Kelly, Jeanne Liotta and Mike Stoltz, among many others.
CROSSROADS 2015, program 1: visitations, dreams of falls (watch them collapsing)
CROSSROADS 2015, program 2: Paul Clipson and Grouper: Hypnosis Display
CROSSROADS 2015, program 3: everything is real—everything is something
CROSSROADS 2015, program 4: forward reverse read write: conjectures about the animal
CROSSROADS 2015, program 5: Apparent Motion: Exposing the Primal Light Machine
CROSSROADS 2015, program 6: listen to the warm
CROSSROADS 2015, program 7: Glimpses of Soviet Science: Demolished Every Second
CROSSROADS 2015, program 8: haunted house: a catalog of the small and ecstatic
CROSSROADS 2015, program 9: greetings to ancestors
CROSSROADS 2015 trailer by Mary Helena Clark, featuring CROSSROADS 2015 filmmakers: Pablo Mazzolo; Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour & Ryan Ferko; Sarah J. Christman; Paul Clipson & Grouper; Jessie Stead; Joshua Gen Solondz; Naoko Tasaka; Tommy Becker; Michael A. Morris and Malena Szlam.