Film

Program 9: staring at the sun (we bite the shadow)

Part of CROSSROADS 2018

Sunday, June 10, 2018
4:15 p.m.

Floor 1, Phyllis Wattis Theater

Tickets

SFMOMA members: Free
Cinematheque members: $10
General: $12

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Colectivo los ingrávidos, The Sun Quartet, part 2: San Juan River, 2017 (still)

Program 9 will feature representatives of Colectivo los ingrávidos in attendance.

“Colectivo los ingrávidos’ Sun Quartet is a solar composition in four movements, a political composition in four natural elements addressing the 2014 disappearance of forty-three students of Iguala, including ruminations on the prelude and aftermath of this devastating and galvanizing national event; a perceptive experience of the current Mexican war and an assertive series of intensely visual cine-poems. CROSSROADS Program 9 includes the Quartet’s concluding three parts (NOTE that The Sun Quartet, part 1 opens CROSSROADS on June 8) as well as films of dark tropical visions, appropriated fútbol mascots and the looming specter of Bitcoin.”
— San Francisco Cinematheque

Screening:

Tupianas (2016) by Marcos Bonisson and Khalil Charif

The Sun Quartet, part 2: San Juan River; The Sun Quartet, part 3: Conflagration and The Sun Quartet, part 4: November 2//Far from Ayotzinapa (2017) by Colectivo los ingrávidos

Jícaro (2016) by Rosa John

Intertropical Vision (2018) by Adriana Vila Guevara

7FF on¢idia (2016) by Ж