San Francisco Cinematheque Screening

Thursday, December 06, 2012
Shifting Geographies/Special Relativity: Deep State and Other Works

Part of Here, There, and Elsewhere: Assembling Communities

Shifting Geographies/Special Relativity: Deep State and Other Works

Date + Time

Thursday, December 06, 2012
7:00 p.m.

Location

Phyllis Wattis Theater

Overview

Brad Butler and Karen Mirza's Deep State (2012) examines transnational political networks (official and unofficial), analyzing the invisible flows of power circulating beneath enactments of individual expression and state oppression. Also screening: newsreel number one: day and night (october 25th/26th), a documentation of Occupy Oakland from the Moyah Pravdah Newsreel Collective; Crossings, Robert Fenz's examination of the U.S./Mexico border; Jonathan Schwartz's A Preface to Red; and Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames. (Steve Polta)

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Admission + Ticketing

$10 general; $7 SFMOMA and San Francisco Cinematheque members, students, and seniors.

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Image: Brad Butler and Karen Mirza, Deep State (2012); courtesy of San Francisco Cinematheque