Film Series: Jeremy Blake

March 10 - June 09, 2005
Film Series: Jeremy Blake

Phyllis Wattis Theater

SFMOMA is pleased to present a special film series curated by artist Jeremy Blake, with screenings each month through June. The series highlights themes endemic to Blake's Winchester trilogy, such as the Wild West and the power of mythic Americana.

$12 general; $8 SFMOMA members, students, and seniors. Tickets are available at the Museum (no surcharge) or online.

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Buy tickets McCabe and Mrs. Miller
By Robert Altman, 1971, 120 min.

In Altman's masterful anti-Western, individuality is expunged by the irrepressible power of mythic American iconography, also a concern in Blake's Winchester trilogy. Warren Beatty…

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Buy tickets Hannie Caulder
By Burt Kennedy, 1971, 85 min.

Blake notes a parallel between the plight of rifle heiress Sarah Winchester and that of Hannie Caulder, both of whom struggle to rectify wrongs caused by gun violence. Raquel Welch…

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Buy tickets Junior Bonner
By Sam Peckinpah, 1972, 100 min.

Junior Bonner returns to his hometown hoping to win in its annual rodeo, but his homecoming takes a disappointing turn when he discovers his family has unraveled and sold the…

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Buy tickets Punch-Drunk Love
By Paul Thomas Anderson, 2002, 95 min.

Blake created the hallucinogenic animation sequences for this quirky love story, which earned filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson a Best Director honor at the Cannes Film Festival. Adam…

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