Film

Program 4: if it makes you happy, it can’t be that bad

Part of CROSSROADS 2017

Saturday, May 20, 2017
4:30 p.m.

Phyllis Wattis Theater
Enter through the Joyce and Larry Stupski Entrance at Minna Street

This event has come and gone.

Peter Burr, Pattern Language, 2016

Solids melt. Liquids become gas. Molten forms congeal. All becomes data, organized yet ephemeral. The platonic grid and web succumbs to the entropic physical world. Alternately fascinated with and fearful of the fluidity of capital and the eternity of objects, the films in this program flirt — with highly ambivalent (yet unabashed) thrill — with the allure of the plastic, the eternity of youth, the electro-kick of glitch and game, and the eternal/infernal joy of the perfect pop tune.

—San Francisco Cinematheque

Screening:

Pattern Language (2016) by Peter Burr

Night Watch (2014) by Danaya Chulphuthiphong

Return to Forms (2016) by Zachary Epcar

A Net to Catch the Light (2016) by Erin Espelie

Formations (2016) by Brett Kashmere

You Don’t Own Me (2014) by Christina C. Nguyen

Primal (2016) by Vicky Smith

Ode to Seekers 2012 (2016) by Andrew Norman Wilson


Find full Program 4 details here.

San Francisco Cinematheque

For full details on CROSSROADS 2017, including film descriptions, artist bios, and video previews, please visit sfcinematheque.org.