Los Angeles Filmforum presents
Filmforum’s 35th Anniversary Show: A Celebration of Kodachrome
Sunday January 30, 2011, 19:30h
At the Spielberg Theater at the Egyptian
6712 Hollywood Blvd. (at Las Palmas), Los Angeles CA 90028
Michael Kuchar in person!
Filmforum started its regular public screenings in January 1976, and we're doing better than ever! We're delighted that we are still bringing you film and video art that you won't be able to see anywhere else. In the coming year we will be bringing you an amazing array of films and videos over the next year, such as highlights from the Ann Arbor Film Festival, our Festival of (In)appropriation, traveling artists such as Michael Robinson and Fred Worden, a brilliant new documentary from China, filmmaker Tomonari Nishikawa, and a wide array of contemporary film and video work exploring the possibilities of the media. Fall 2012. Spring 2012 will bring our mammoth 16-part series Alternative Projections: Experimental Film in Los Angeles, 1945-1980, as part of Pacific Standard Time.
We're celebrating our 35th anniversary with a celebration of Kodachrome, that marvelous film stock that has just been forced into early retirement. We're screening a few classic films shot or printed on Kodachrome, followed by an intimate and delightful reception, and we hope that you will join us!
- Pastorale d'Ete by Will Hindle, 1958, 16mm, 9 min.) Print courtesy of the iotaCenter Collection at the Academy Film Archive.
- Creation, by Stan Brakhage (1979, 16mm, silent, 17 min.)
- Secret Garden, by Phil Solomon (1988, 16mm, silent, 15 min)
- Path of Cessation by Robert Fulton (1974, 16mm, sound, 15 min)
- The Secret of Wendel Samson, By Michael Kuchar (1966, 16mm, sound, 33.5 min)
Special Thanks to Huckleberry Lain and Mark Toscano.
Tickets: General $10, Students/seniors $6; free for Filmforum members
Advance ticket purchase available through Brown Paper Tickets.