This week [August 30 - September 7, 2014] in avant garde cinema

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NEW FILM/VIDEO: NON-FEATURE:
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"A wound we won't remember" by Visto desde el zaguán
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FLEXFest (Gainesville, FL, USA; Deadline: October 25, 2014)
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Newport Beach Film Festival (Newport Beach, CA; Deadline: September 19, 2014)
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Dallas Medianale (Dallas, Texas, USA; Deadline: October 06, 2014)
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MONO NO AWARE VIII (Brooklyn, NY USA; Deadline: October 31, 2014)
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Plug Projects (Kansas City, MO. USA; Deadline: September 19, 2014)
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DEADLINES APPROACHING:
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BELOIT INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (Beloit, WI, USA; Deadline: August 31, 2014)
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Alchemy Festival Touring Programme: Works from Scotland (Hawick, Scotland, UK; Deadline: September 01, 2014)
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MADATAC (Madrid, SPAIN; Deadline: September 08, 2014)
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Anchorage Museum of Art (Anchorage, AK United States; Deadline: September 01, 2014)
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the8fest (Toronto, Canada; Deadline: September 30, 2014)
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Big Muddy Film Festival (Carbondale, IL, USA; Deadline: September 15, 2014)
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Newport Beach Film Festival (Newport Beach, CA; Deadline: September 19, 2014)
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Plug Projects (Kansas City, MO. USA; Deadline: September 19, 2014)
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THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMS (SUMMARY):
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* The Message Is Medium (At Best) ... A Yearning For Learning [August 30, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Revitalization [August 30, Washington, DC]
* Filmmobile Presents: Film Farm 20th Anniversary Show [August 31, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Metamorphasis [August 31, Washington, DC]
 *  Box Has Six Sides [September 3, Bilbao, Spain]
* Open Screening - Ata Film & videos [September 4, San Francisco, California] * Ata's 30-Hour 30th Anniversary Marathon Screening [September 5, San Francisco, CA]
 *  Mann On the Street: videos By andy Mann [September 6, Austin, TX]
 *  Resistfilm - Piezas De Cine Experimental En Super 8mm Y 16mm, De Pablo
    MaríN [September 7, Buenos Aires, Argentina]


Events are sorted by CITY within each DATE.

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SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 2014
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8/30
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
8 pm, 1200 N. Alvarado St.

 THE MESSAGE IS MEDIUM (AT BEST) ... A YEARNING FOR LEARNING
  Delving deep into dark recesses of the vaults of Smokehouse Films,
  archivist/filmmaker John Cannizzaro together with actor/singer/writer
  Gia Mora have gathered together a mind-popping, eye-blowing spectacle of
  campy educationals, bizarre documentaries, and just plain WACKY films
  for your entertainment and learning pleasure. Come laugh, cry, scream,
  act, and interact with these rare and remarkable gems—all projected on
  glorious 16mm film—just like when you were in school. Class
  participation is a must! Refreshments and recess will be provided.

8/30
Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art
http://www.nga.gov
2pm, National Mall between 3rd and 9th Streets, West Building Lecture Hall

 REVITALIZATION
  The decade of the 1990s was important for Canyon Cinema. A new
  generation of artists' works in 16 mm film resulted in a dynamic
  resurgence of film art and exhibition during that time. Moving into the
  new millennium, this program features films by Eve Heller, David Gatten,
  Naomi Uman, Tomonari Nishikawa, and others. (Total running time
  approximately 90 minutes)

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SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 2014
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8/31
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
http://www.echoparkfilmcenter.org/
8 pm, Corner of Echo Park Ave. & Park Ave.

 FILMMOBILE PRESENTS: FILM FARM 20TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW
  For 20 years The Independent Imaging Retreat or `Film Farm' has been
  developing a hands-on, artisanal approach to filmmaking that is far
  removed from the costly, hierarchical and inaccessible industrial model.
  Each summer it brings to Mount Forest Ontario a small group of
  interested filmmakers ­ some novices and some highly experienced ­ for
  an intensive week of shooting, hand-processing, tinting/toning, watching
  and editing film -- most of the action taking place in and around an old
  barn on the Normanby Township property, in rural Ontario. The Film Farm
  L.A. 20th Anniversary Show includes early and recent films (16mm and
  digital), and concentrates its light on those `film farmers' who have
  graced the west coast scene with their exquisite, playful and committed
  works on celluloid. As such we will be screening such works as Helen
  Hill's sweet present to husband Paul, Your New Pig is Down the Road
  (1999), Trixy Sweetvittles infamously camp Mermaids and Pickles (1999)
  and Maia Cybelle Carpenter's sensitive study of women at work at the
  `Film Farm', Working Portraits(2005). The program also contains
  wonderfully diverse works by Chris Chong, Clint Enns, Lisa Marr, Pouyan
  Jafarizadeh, Deirdre Logue, John Porter, Brenda Longfellow, Lillah Halla
  and Jennifer Reeves. ­Philip Hoffman FREE EVENT! PHIL HOFFMAN AND FILM
  FARM FILMMAKERS IN ATTENDANCE! LOCATION: ECHO PARK, CORNER OF ECHO PARK
  AVE and PARK AVE., LA 90026.

8/31
Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art
http://www.nga.gov
4pm, National Mall between 3rd and 9th Streets, West Building Lecture Hall

 METAMORPHASIS
  A glimpse into newer films by artists whose work has been the bedrock of
  Canyon Cinema as well as of filmmakers working in their influential
  lineage. The program includes Sources (Rose Lowder, 2012); Entr'acte
  (Lawrence Jordan, 2013); and Little Girl (1966/2013) by Bruce Baillie.
  (Total running time approximately 90 minutes)

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2014
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9/3
Bilbao, Spain: Bizkaia Aretoa Gallery
http://www.facebook.com/ExperimentalSculptureAndPaintingStudio?fref=nf
7:30-9:00pm, BIZKAIA ARTEOA. SALA CHILLIDA ARETOA Abandoibarra No 3, Bilbao (48009)

 BOX HAS SIX SIDES
  Trabajos de artistas del Estudio de Pintura y Escultura Experimental del
  Departamento de Artes Visuales de la Universidad de California en San
  Diego, incluyendo obras cinematográficas de Matthew Savitsky, Aitor
  Lajarin y Bill Basquin. Comisariada por PALOMA CHECA-GISMERO. Work by
  artists from the Experimental Sculpture and Painting Studio in the
  Visual Art department at the University of California, San Diego,
  including motion picture works by Matthew Savitsky, Aitor Lajarin, and
  Bill Basquin. Curated by Paloma Checa-Gismero.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2014
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9/4
San Francisco, California: Artists Television Access
http://www.atasite.org/
8pm, 992 Valencia Street (btwn 20th and 21st)

 OPEN SCREENING - ATA FILM & VIDEOS
  Artist Television Access presents a unique night of short films by the
  very artists that help make our organization possible. We'll be
  showcasing an eclectic arrangement of work by ATA members past and
  present. 8-bit soundtracks, mix-media dialogues, medieval 'apple
  knocking' , night-vision basement punk shows, VHS rap video mash-ups,
  San Francisco fog and Mary Lou Williams, and time traveling cows trying
  to stop robot takeovers (in super-8!) --truly a night not to be missed!
  Work by: Dayv Jones, Karla Milosevich, Brian Taylor, Carl Diehl, Mike
  Missiaen, Lizzy Brooks, Ali Kashani, Tim Johnson, Kathleen Quillian,
  Dale Hoyt, Shae Green, Iiona Berger and Ivan Jaigirdar. THURSDAY
  SEPTEMBER 4TH, 8PM, $7-$10 992 Valencia Street (between 20th and 21st)
  Happy 30th Anniversary to ATA! Artists' Television Access (ATA) is now
  celebrating its 30th year as the home for accessible alternative arts in
  San Francisco. Over the past 30 years, ATA has presented thousands of
  cutting-edge, free and low-cost film and video screenings, performances,
  open and curated screenings, gallery exhibitions and workshops. Join us
  from September to November 2014 as we celebrate ATA's 30th anniversary
  with special programming, including a 30-hour Movie Marathon, Open
  Screening Retrospective, selections from the Artists' Television (ATV)
  Video Archive, exhibitions, workshops, and more!

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2014
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9/5
San Francisco, CA: Artists Television Access
http://www.atasite.org/
1:00pm, 992 Valencia Street

 ATA'S 30-HOUR 30TH ANNIVERSARY MARATHON SCREENING
  This September, Artists' Television Access celebrates its 30th
  anniversary. This 30-hour marathon screening continues ATA's tradition
  of extreme performance and endurance art. The screening begins at 1:00
  p.m. on Friday, September 5th and ends at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday,
  September 6th. - The program will draw from ATA's long history and
  beyond of independent, underground, experimental film and video, with
  work by ATA's global network of friends, collaborators, and artists.
  This event is a fundraiser for ATA! - Featured Artists - Featuring work
  by Alfonso Alvarez, Allison Leigh Holt, Andy Puls, Anne McGuire,
  Authority Office, Beth Lisick Ordeal, Bill Brown, Bryan Boyce, Bureau of
  Inverse Technology, Chris Ritson, Cineflix/8 Bit Cinema, Cliff Hengst,
  Craig Baldwin, Craig Goodman, Damon Packard, David Cox, Dynasty Handbag,
  Emily Kuehn, eufloria*, Eva Konig, Gary Gregerson, George Kuchar,
  Greenpeace et al, hobbypopMUSEUM, Jean Poole, Jennifer Locke, Jeremy
  Rourke, Jesse Drew, Jodie Mack, Joe Gibbons, Kal Spelletich, Kara
  Herold, Kelly Sears, Kerry Laitala, Kota Ezawa, Lori Varga, Lucy Thane,
  Mads Lynnerup, Mark Bain, Marshall Weber, Matthew Silver, Mitche
  Manitou, Molly Hankwitz, Nao Bustamante, Negativeland, Patrick Lichty,
  Poets Theater (featuring George Kuchar and Scott Hewicker), Rebecca
  Whipple Silverstein, Richard Mitchell, Ruby Howl, The Helen Lundy Trio,
  Tommy Becker, Torsten Kretchzmar, Torsten Zena Burns, Total Shutdown,
  Vanessa Woods, Wendy Farina, Xiou Ping and more... - Guest Curators -
  Work was selected for this program by special guest curators Craig
  Baldwin, Molly Hankwitz, Karla Milosevich, Anastasia Pahules, Linda
  Scobie, Lucy Thane, and Kathleen Quillian, with the event organized by
  Gilbert Guerrero. - Plus pancakes at 6:00 a.m. Free, unlimited coffee
  refills! - More info about the work to be shown coming soon... -
  http://www.atasite.org/2014/09/30-hour-marathon-screening/

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 2014
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9/6
Austin, TX: Experimental Response Cinema
http://ercatx.org
8:00pm, grayDUCK Gallery, 2213 E. Cesar Chavez Street

 MANN ON THE STREET: VIDEOS BY ANDY MANN
  $5-$10 Sliding Scale - The Street Tapes of Andy Mann are a snapshot of
  the the early life of video. Their spontaneity and prodding exploration
  of quotidian life reflect the eagerness that early video practitioners
  brought to the medium. Mann was among the first groups of video
  collectives in the early Seventies, and continued making videotapes
  until shortly before his death in 2001. This program will present
  several of Mann's most vital contributions to early video and the Street
  Tape Genre. Presented by Experimental Response Cinema and grayDUCK
  Gallery. Curated and presented by Jarrett Hayman. Special thanks to the
  Aurora Picture Show. - "There is no question that Andy Mann was one of
  the seminal figures in the early video scene, in particular for his
  remarkable "street tapes" which continued and amplified a tradition in
  film history marked by such works as Helen Leavitt's In the Street."
  – Gene Youngblood - "The late media artist Andy
  Mann (1947-2001) was born in Manhattan, grew up in Yonkers, and, as an
  alternative to completing a high school term paper on Ayn Rand, joined
  the Navy in 1965. During his time in the Navy, he worked on several
  submarines as a sonar technician, which introduced him to electronics
  and a different way of looking at video. Mann described the images as
  being "like watching a kind of abstract television," and credits his
  technical training as his introduction to good camerawork. - In 1969
  Mann moved to Manhattan and began attending NYU, where he quickly became
  associated with several historic video collectives such as Global
  Village, Raindance, Perception, Videofreex, and TVTV (Top Value
  Television), as well as a contributor to the video art magazine Radical
  Software, founded in 1970. Mann also acted as video documentarian for
  performances by artists Hannah Wilke and Chris Burden, and interviewed
  subjects such as Phil Ochs, Mark Lombardi, and Fennie Shakur. -
  Recognized for his groundbreaking camerawork, Mann was one of the
  earlier artists in the US to receive grant funds from the National
  Endowment for the Arts to produce video art (1975 and 1978). His videos
  were included in the 1973 and 1975 Whitney Biennials at The Whitney
  Museum of American Art\; the 1973 Sao Paulo Bienal\; the 1977 Documenta
  VI, Kassell, Germany\; as well as exhibitions at the Walker Art Center\;
  Los Angeles County Museum of Modern Art\; and Leo Castelli Gallery. Mann
  moved to Houston in the 1980s and began working in video installation
  and public sculpture. He was a producer for Access Houston cable since
  its 1987 inception, hosting a hybrid live video art program/talk show.
  Mann continued to produce videotapes until a few weeks before his death
  in 2001." - via andreagrover.com - Details:
  http://www.ercatx.org/sept-6th-mann-on-the-street-videos-by-andy-mann/

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2014
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9/7
Buenos Aires, Argentina: Colectivo Arkhé
5:00pm, Pringles 1249

 RESISTFILM - PIEZAS DE CINE EXPERIMENTAL EN SUPER 8MM Y 16MM, DE PABLO
 MARíN
  RESISTFILM - Cine experimental en Super 8mm y 16mm, de Pablo Marin. - Un
  recorrido comentado por el realizador, - presentado por Colectivo Arkhé
  - Parte I - Sin título (focus) (2008, Super 8, mudo, 4') - Sin título
  (parte tres) (2009, Super 8, mudo, 4') - 4x4 (2012, Super 8, mudo, 5') -
  Diario colorado (2010, Single 8, mudo, 7') - Angelus novus (2014, Super
  8, mudo, 2') - Parte II - 1640 (2013, 16mm, mudo, 2') - Denkbilder
  (pasado y presente) (2013, 16mm x 2 a 18fps, mudo, 5') - Resistfilm
  (2014, 16mm a 18fps, mudo, 14') - - Pablo Marín (1982, Buenos Aires,
  Argentina) es cineasta, editor, profesor, crítico y traductor. Como
  curador independiente, presentó programas de cine experimental
  argentino en Estados Unidos, Canadá y España. Sus películas se
  proyectaron en los festivales internacionales de Oberhausen, Rotterdam,
  Londres, Ann Arbor, además de en el Museo de Cine de Austria, Anthology
  Film Archives, San Francisco Cinematheque, Echo Park Film Center,
  Pleasure Dome, (S8) Mostra de cinema periférico, Pacific Film Archive,
  Antimatter, TIE, Cinecycle, Bafici, Festival de Cine de Mar del Plata y
  el Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, entre otros. En 2014, fue
  artista en residencia de Liasion of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto
  (LIFT), Canadá. Vive y trabaja en Buenos Aires.


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