Film

Program 8: the photon doesn’t give a damn

Part of CROSSROADS 2017

Sunday, May 21
5:30 p.m.

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

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Guillaume Vallée, Le bulbe tragique, 2016

Ranging from subtle emulsive photochemical magic and found footage poetry to aggressively asserted diatribe and chillingly detached electronic landscape study, the films in this program envision mediated spaces beyond our grasp. Uncanny visioning systems, familiar yet alien. Cinema technologies past and future, for us, by us, with us, and without us. Welcome to the machine.

—San Francisco Cinematheque

Screening:

Last Train (2016) by Dianna Barrie

Reworlding (Elizabeth) (2016) by Alison Bennett, Jeremy Martino, Greg Penn + Autumn Royal

Ultraviolet (2015) by Anton Ginzburg

Les larmes d’Eros/The Tears of Eros (2015) by Andrée-Anne Roussel + Guillaume Vallée

Answer Print (2016) by Mónica Savirón

Wedding Song (2016) by Mónica Savirón

Le bulbe tragique (2016) by Guillaume Vallée


Find Full Program 8 details here.

San Francisco Cinematheque

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