Art Cinema OFFoff presents a 16mm open-air program of five films in the outdoor theater of the Citadelpark. This free evening is part of Publiek Park – a four-day open-air exhibition (July 1-4), organized by the Young Friends v/h S.M.A.K., which brings together visual art, performance, music and cinema at the crossroads of culture, nature and heritage.
This Summer, Pugnant Film Series will be A homeless mobile cinema at the ruins of Athens. Have you noticed that as the cities are getting more and more old, their ruins are remaining young at all? With a prehistoric youth, similar to the material from which the films are made. With this sacred feeling, we will make some screenings of films that we love at some abandoned houses, factories, rivers and places of Athens.
San Diego Underground Film Festival (SDUFF) is one of the West Coast's premier showcases of video, film, and audio based mediums. Selected MovieMaker Magazine Top 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee in 2019, SDUFF has quickly risen the ranks to become one of the nation's most challenging, nurturing, and down to earth film festivals. Known for taking risks on young talent alongside showcasing legendary film makers, SDUFF prides itself on being a festival by and for disciples of the moving image.
Available online worldwide! Sunday, June 20 - Sunday, June 27, 2021 Los Angeles Filmforum presents Memory Imaging: Explorations of the Personal & Collective Online, hosted by Los Angeles Filmforum Conversation with featured filmmakers, moderated by guest programmer Xavier Lang (Date/Time TBD) INFO: https://www.lafilmforum.org/schedule/ 323-377-7238
De Domingo, Junio 20, 2021 - 19:00 hasta Domingo, Junio 27, 2021 - 22:00
In late 1989, Kurt Easterwood and I began collaborating on what turned into a 52 page monograph devoted to the films of Andy Warhol. It had a small print run and was sold for a nominal price at San Francisco Bay Area screenings of the first batch of films to be restored and distributed by the Warhol Film Project. Poke around the Internet and you'll find some in library collections, some at rare bookstore or auction sites.