San Francisco Cinematheque Screening

Thursday, January 31, 2013
The Eyes: San Francisco Beat Film 1958-67 The Eyes: San Francisco Beat Film 1958-67

Date + Time

Thursday, January 31, 2013
7:00 p.m.

Location

Phyllis Wattis Theater

Overview

Presented in reference to the exhibition Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective, the films in this program emanate from and embody San Francisco's Beat milieu, depicting contemporaries of the celebrated painter and the midcentury cityscape while embodying the era's rich sense of artistic ferment and invigorated life. In addition to THE WHITE ROSE, Bruce Conner's 1967 portrait of DeFeo and her celebrated painting, the program includes Christopher Maclaine's Beat (1958), Lawrence Jordan's Triptych in Four Parts (1958), Wallace Berman's Aleph (1958), and the extremely rare 1961 film The Brink, ruth weiss's intensely dark love myth based on her own epic poem. (Steve Polta)

Admission + Ticketing

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

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Image: Bruce Conner, THE WHITE ROSE (still), 1967; image courtesy of the The Conner Family Trust, © The Conner Family Trust