Film Screening: Canyon Cinema Works

When
Thu Dec 13, 2012
Where
Phyllis Wattis Theater at SFMOMA
Time
Thursday, December 13, 7p.m.
Cost
$7 - $10
Tags
Arts, Museums, Modern Art Museums

Description

Thursday, December 13, 7 p.m.
Phyllis Wattis Theater
A cornerstone of the Bay Area experimental film scene, Canyon Cinema has grown since its founding in the early 1960s to represent 340 filmmaker members, distributing more than 3,200 works on film and DVD. This program is a selection of 35mm films from the Canyon collection, including Donna Cameron’s World Trade Alphabet (2001); Tomonari Nishikawa’s 16-18-4 (2008); Pat O’Neill’s Horizontal Boundaries (2008); Peter Tscherkassky’s Dream Work (for Man Ray) (2001); Scott Stark’s Traces (2012); Louise Bourque’s Self Portrait Post Mortem (2002); and Antoni Pinent’s Kinosturm Kubelka (2009). Support for the Canyon Cinema Screenings comes from Canyon’s fiscal agent, the National Alliance of Media and Culture; funding was provided by Metabolic Studio, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation.
$10 general; $7 SFMOMA members, students, and seniors.

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Location

  1. Phyllis Wattis Theater at SFMOMA
    151 Third Street, San Francisco, CA