Tulapop Saenjaroen, A Room with a Coconut View, 2018

Saturday Film Pass

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Program 3: 1 p.m.
Program 4: 3:15 p.m.
Program 5: 5:15 p.m.
Program 6: 8 p.m.

SFMOMA Members: Free with RSVP

SF Cinematheque Members + General: $25

Please note: Day passes must be redeemed in person for screenings + general admission tickets. Admission to the special exhibition Andy Warhol — From A to B and Back Again is not included with the festival day pass but can be purchased onsite.

Program 3: other voices other rooms

Program 3 will feature artist Cristiana Miranda in attendance.

“Opening with a silent meditation on the cosmos, a study in celestial motion, the films in this program critique the touristic gaze and blur the boundaries between the virtual and the real, between ethnography and fiction, and rewrite traumatic histories while presenting visions both utopian and dystopic. Dynastic imaginary spaces erupt into our physical plane while virtual geographies turn back on themselves endlessly. A chorus of feminine voices, the deep murmur of subterranean waters, written and dreamed words, laughter, the ecstasy of rediscovered memory, the enlightenment.”

― San Francisco Cinematheque


Polly One | Kevin Jerome Everson | 2018

A Room with a Coconut View | Tulapop Saenjaroen | 2018

El Laberinto/The Labyrinth | Laura Huertas Millán | 2018

So many voices in the silence now/Tantas vozes no silêncio do agora | Cristiana Miranda | 2018

Program 4: yes yes yes no no no

Richard Ashrowan, Lumen, 2018

Program 4 will feature artists Richard Ashrowan, Lorenzo Gattorna, Lucy Kerr, Courtney Stephens, and T2R/Laura Gillmore in attendance.

This program is dedicated to the memory of Carolee Schneemann (1939–2019).

“Opening with Richard Ashrowen’s gestural Lumen, this program draws inspiration from the legacy of the departed Carolee Schneemann. These introspective films examine familial, filial, and romantic love, and love that is fading, blooming, and exorcised. Public and private performance, from the bedroom to the street. Moments of hesitation and connection. We’ve learned the languages of our masters. What geometry of desire will help overthrow the state? Meow. The program concludes with two works by Schneemann.”

― San Francisco Cinematheque


Lumen | Richard Ashrowan | 2018

To every bird, its own nest is beautiful/A ogni uccello il suo nido è bello | Lorenzo Gattorna| 2018

3 Dreams of Horses | Mike Hoolboom | 2018

Lydon | Lucy Kerr | 2018

Mixed Signals | Courtney Stephens | 2018

cold soup, raw meat, pubic hair | T2R/Laura Gillmore | 2018

The Bed and the Street | Heather Frise and Mike Hoolboom | 2018

Viet Flakes | Carolee Schneemann | 1965

Plumb Line | Carolee Schneemann | 1971

Program 5: feeling gravity’s pull

Elena Artemenko, The Pull, 2017

Program 5 will feature artists Lyndsay Bloom, Cherlyn Hsing-Hsin Liu, Lucy Kerr, Diana Sánchez Maciel, and Shona Masarin in attendance.

“There are so many stories and none of them are true. Lucy Kerr’s video/performance hybrid while you were away grounds a program of ascending bodies and bodies in collapse, mirrored, uplifted, and adrift in the universe. Images of absence expose distance between actual and virtual selves. Tenderness. Suspension. Turn the pages of a book. Are these the rules of the game?”

― San Francisco Cinematheque


Ruins | Shona Masarin | 2018

Oven Scene | Lyndsay Bloom | 2018

A Soft Place to Fall | Nan Wang | 2017

The Pull | Elena Artemenko | 2017

A Study of Fly | Cherlyn Hsing-Hsin Liu | 2018

while you were away | Lucy Kerr | 2018

Dorothy | Diana Sánchez Maciel | 2019

Giverny I (Négresse Impériale) | Ja’Tovia Gary | 2017

Between Dog and Wolf | Julia Dogra-Brazell | 2018

you are not alone | Esther Urlus | 2017

Program 6: our minds were light-years distant

Jeanne Liotta, Path of Totality, 2017

Program 6 will feature artists Jeanne Liotta, Arte Matu, Lydia Moyer, and T2R/Laura Gillmore in attendance.

“Jeanne Liotta’s tour de force projection performance Path of Totality spins the most ecstatic of the cinematic from flickering loops and household objects to create a luminous show and tell that transmutates base matter to pure energy. Path of Totality anchors a program of discovered sights, found sounds, and meditations on the fragility of life and the inner lives of the inanimate. Reports from the world reinforce the urgency of our actions: forced, folded, and coaxed to motion.”

― San Francisco Cinematheque


Night Eyes | Arte Matu | 2018

The Forcing (epilogue) | Lydia Moyer | 2018

Fluorescent Girl | Janie Geiser | 2018

Valeria Street | Janie Geiser | 2018

Preemptive Listening (Part 1: The Fork in the Road) | Aura Satz | 2018

How to Fold a Napkin | T2R/Laura Gillmore | 2018

Path of Totality | Jeanne Liotta | 2017

Full program details here.

SFMOMA is proud to partner with San Francisco Cinematheque in the presentation of CROSSROADS 10.