This week [October 18 - 26, 2014] in avant garde cinema

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THIS WEEK'S PROGRAMS (SUMMARY):
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 *  Home Movie Day! [October 18, Austin, Texas 78702]
 *  A Minor Cinema [October 18, Austin, Texas 78702]
 *  Home Movie Day Boston - Room B04 [October 18, Cambridge, Massachusetts]
* Essential Cinema: Reminisces of A Journey To Lithuania [October 18, New York, New York]
 *  Mike Kuchar Program 3 [October 18, New York, New York]
 *  Show & Tell: Richard Tuohy Program  [October 18, New York, New York]
* A Criminal Account of Pleasure: the George Kuchar Reader [October 18, San Francisco, California] * Optronica2: Geduldig/Moon + Baldwin/Dumptruck + Becker/Electronic Cabaret [October 18, San Francisco, California]
 *  CinÉ-Concert: La Princesse Aux HuÎTres Et L'atelier Des Sons (Et Autres
    PÉPites) [October 19, 75018 Paris, France]
* 10/19 - Cinema Babylon At Terrault Contemporary [October 19, Baltimore, Maryland 21202]
 *  Grouper and Paul Clipson  [October 19, Krakow]
* Makino Takashi: Entering A Noisy Cosmos [October 19, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Essential Cinema: La Region Centrale [October 19, New York, New York]
 *  Show & Tell: Richard Tuohy Program 2 [October 19, New York, New York]
 *  Tony Hill / Gravity Play [October 20, Dublin, Ireland]
 *  Unexposed #8: 16mm Films By Tom Whiteside [October 20, Durham, NC]
 *  Flaherty Nyc: Pictures From A Revolution [October 20, New York, New York]
* Seeing Something Always Hidden: Canyon Cinema Salon With Denah Johnston [October 20, San Francisco, California 94103] * Ems #67 = Monday, October 20, 2014 = Gregory Markopoulos Book Launch [October 20, Toronto, Ontario, Canada]
 *  Soiree D'Ouverture Du Festival Des Cinemas Differents De Paris :
    Martha Colburn &Amp; Scorpion violente [October 22, 75001 Paris, France]
* The Films of Mike Kuchar - In-Person Event In Harrisburg!!!! [October 22, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102]
 *  Blood Red Italian Horror: Susperia !!! [October 22, Tucson]
 *  The San Francisco Exploratorium [October 23, Brooklyn, New York]
 *   Cao Fei: Haze and Fog [October 23, Chicago, Illinois]
 *  Calarts: Recent Student and Alumni Films [October 23, New York, New York]
 *  Festival Des CinÉMas DiffÉRents De Paris - Jour 3 (Les
    VoÛTes) [October 24, 75001 Paris, France]
* Sight Unseen Presents Richard Tuohy: Hand Crafted Cinema [October 24, Baltimore, MD]
 *  The Cinema of Pierre Coulibeuf [October 24, Brooklyn, New York]
 *  Basement Media Fest [October 25, Austin, Texas 78702]
* Kashmere's From Deep + Dyemarkalva + Mcguire/Artistic Exercises [October 25, San Francisco, California]
 *  Songs From the Nickel [October 26, Los Angeles, California]
 *  Makino Takashi: Space Noise [October 26, San Francisco, California]
 *  Radio Uruguay: Mark Street's Hasta Nunca. [October 26, Tucson]


Events are sorted by CITY within each DATE.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2014
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10/18
Austin, Texas 78702: Experimental Response Cinema
http://ercatx.org
4:00pm - 6:00pm, UT Austin, Doty Fine Arts Building

 HOME MOVIE DAY!
  Everyone is welcome to bring their home movies on any of the following
  formats: 8mm, Super 8mm, 16mm, VHS, and DVD. If you don't know the
  format of your film, bring it in and we'll see what it is! Note that we
  will limit DVD and VHS Home Movies to 5-10 minutes. While seats will be
  available, audience members are encouraged to bring pillows and blankets
  to lie down on! Dig out your flicks and join Experimental Response
  Cinema, MASS Gallery, and the Texas Archive of the Moving Image for the
  2014 edition of Home Movie Day! Bring your pillows, bring your blankets,
  and let's turn MASS Gallery into a living room!

10/18
Austin, Texas 78702: Experimental Response Cinema
http://ercatx.org
7:00pm, UT Austin, Doty Fine Arts Building

 A MINOR CINEMA
  "These films assert no vision of conquest, make no claims to hegemony. A
  minor cinema reshapes our image of the avant-garde, moving away from its
  image of shock troop battalions." - Tom Gunning The late 80s are a much
  discussed period in experimental film history: Fred Camper had published
  his controversial essay "The End of Avant-Garde Film", and the
  contentious reception of the 1989 International Experimental Film
  Congress in Toronto brought a number of simmering issues to the fore. In
  response to these developments, Tom Gunning wrote "Towards a Minor
  Cinema: Fonoroff, Herwitz, Ahwesh, LaPore, Klahr, and Solomon", where
  the film scholar saw a fresh proclivity among a group of filmmakers,
  many of them associated with the Massachusetts College of Art and
  Design. Citing a shift from the dominant modes of structural film and
  the new narrative, a use of small-gauge film in the age of analog video,
  and a celebration of "marginal identity, fashioning from it a
  revolutionary consciousness", Gunning articulated a stance that
  continues to inspire moving image artists today. In honor of Home Movie
  Day, Experimental Response Cinema is excited to present a screening
  inspired by Gunning's article, including several works on their original
  Super 8mm formats. Featuring films by Peggy Ahwesh, Nina Fonoroff, Peter
  Herwitz, Lewis Klahr, Saul Levine, Phil Solomon, and a brand-new print
  of Mark LaPore's Five Bad Elements, recently restored by the Academy of
  Motion Pictures and Sciences. Copies of Tom Gunning's article will also
  be available at the screening. Film prints courtesy of Canyon Cinema and
  the artists. Programmed by Ekrem Serdar.

10/18
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Film Archive
http://hcl.harvard.edu/hfa
12pm - 3pm, 24 Quincy Street

 HOME MOVIE DAY BOSTON - ROOM B04
  "There's no such thing as a bad home movie. These mini-underground
  opuses are revealing, scary, joyous, always flawed, filled with
  accidental art and shout out from attics and closets all over the world
  to be seen again. Home Movie Day is an orgy of self-discovery, a chance
  for family memories to suddenly become show business. If you've got one,
  whip it out and show it now." John Waters For more than a decade, film
  archivists and the public have been convening in small spaces all over
  the globe and gathering around flickering images of times of yore.
  Grandmothers and babies, now since gone or grown, smile and wave to the
  camera-person as new audiences watch them through the magical time
  machine of cinema. Vacations! Parties! Amateur theatricals! There is
  always something interesting and funny to watch. We hope you will join
  us for this year's event. Formats accepted: 8mm, super 8, 16mm, VHS,
  DVD, digital files (playable via laptop) Films will be inspected by
  archivists for damage prior to projection, so we encourage you to
  drop-off your films in the days before the event at the Harvard Film
  Archive offices.

10/18
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
3:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: REMINISCES OF A JOURNEY TO LITHUANIA
  by Jonas Mekas 1971-72, 82 min, 16mm-to-35mm blow-up Preserved by
  Anthology Film Archives with support from The Film Foundation. Special
  thanks to Cineric, Inc., and Trackwise. "The film consists of four
  parts. The first part contains some footage from my first years in
  America, 1949-52. The second part was shot in August 1971 in Lithuania.
  The third part is in Elmshorn, near Hamburg, where I spent eight months
  in a forced labor camp. The fourth part is in Vienna (1971) with Peter
  Kubelka, Nitsch, Annette Michelson, Ken Jacobs, etc. The film deals with
  home, memory, and culture." ­J.M.

10/18
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
5:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 MIKE KUCHAR PROGRAM 3
  ABODE OF THE SNOW (1970, 10 min, 16mm-to-digital) BLOODSUCKER (1975, 21
  min, 16mm-to-digital) ISLE OF THE SLEEPING SOULS (1979, 21 min,
  16mm-to-digital) THE PASSIONS (1977, 29 min, 16mm-to-digital) Total
  running time: ca. 85 min.

10/18
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
8:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 SHOW & TELL: RICHARD TUOHY PROGRAM
  As commercial production of Super 8mm and 16mm film marches inexorably
  towards extinction, and small-scale, independent labs proliferate to
  fill the vacuum, Richard Tuohy has emerged as one of the prime
  standard-bearers of small-gauge filmmaking. The founder of nanolab, the
  only artist-run, small-gauge lab in Australia; the Artist Film Workshop,
  which hosts open screenings and workshops; and the Australian
  International Experimental Film Festival, all in Melbourne, Tuohy has
  worked tirelessly to keep the medium and its traditions alive. By no
  means the least of his accomplishments are the hand-crafted and visually
  astonishing short films he's been creating since the late 1980s.
  Demonstrating his unceasing experimentation with and mastery of camera,
  processing, and projection techniques (from single-frame and
  multiple-exposure photography to alternative chemical processes,
  camera-less filmmaking, and beyond), these works embody his fascination
  with the mechanics of the medium, and his ability to transmute that
  fascination into films of overwhelming rhythmic and visual beauty. These
  two programs feature a selection of his work from the past ten years,
  illustrating both Tuohy's resourcefulness and versatility and the
  inexhaustible, ever-surprising potential of Super-8mm and 16mm.
  Manipulations in camera, printer, processing, and projection sculpt an
  activated and reanimated reality. From the camera: a single frame
  'landscape dance' investigates the bark of a woodland tree, the
  Australian desert supplies bare horizontals for a play of lines, and the
  towering Chicago skyline is the subject of an experiment in interference
  patterns. The contact printer breathes high-contrast multi-colored life
  back into black and white footage of a dead Tasmanian forest. Processing
  interventions electrify Seoul. The projector itself creates movement and
  sound in FLYSCREEN and SCREEN TONE, two camera-less 'photogram' films
  with direct optical sound. IRON-WOOD (2009, 7 min, 16mm, b&w) FLYSCREEN
  (2010, 8 min, 16mm, b&w) SEOUL ELECTRIC (2012, 7 min, 16mm) TASMANIAN
  SPLINTERING (2010, 14 min, 16mm) BLUE LINE CHICAGO (2014, 10 min, 16mm)
  HORIZONTALS (2010, 11 min, triple projection 16mm) SCREEN TONE (2012, 16
  min, 16mm) Total running time: ca. 80 min.

10/18
San Francisco, California: San Francisco Cinematheque
http://www.sfcinematheque.org
7:30pm, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 701 Mission Street

 A CRIMINAL ACCOUNT OF PLEASURE: THE GEORGE KUCHAR READER
  Bay Area treasure George Kuchar—sorely missed since his untimely death
  in 2011—is celebrated worldwide for his wild and wooly lo-budget
  melodramas and voluminous meandering video diaries. To know George was
  to love George, and to be ever warped by his inspiring irreverence and
  sardonic wit. San Francisco Cinematheque celebrates Primary
  Information's publication of The George Kuchar Reader, an expansive
  340-page compendium of the legendary raconteur's writings, ramblings,
  recommendation letters, scripts, UFO visitation narratives and more. The
  book's editor (and Anthology Film Archives' Curator of Collections)
  Andrew Lampert appears in person to read excerpts and discuss this
  legend. The program will include a screening of Kuchar's 16mm Corruption
  of the Damned and video The Exiled Files of Eddie Gray.

10/18
San Francisco, California: Other Cinema
http://www.othercinema.com/
8:30 PM, 992 Valencia St.

 OPTRONICA2: GEDULDIG/MOON + BALDWIN/DUMPTRUCK + BECKER/ELECTRONIC CABARET
  OC hosts the NorCal return of Bruce Geduldig of Tuxedo Moon! Bruce packs
  the last half of the program with a plethora of rarely-and never-seen TM
  material, including Ghost Sonata and the North American premiere of
  Tapeman. ALSO sublime Super8-sourced performance-visuals from Cell Life,
  Frankie and Johnny, and Bound Feet. Opening, Tommy Becker moves
  effortlessly between keyboards and computers in his new media
  confessionals, Lemons and Primary Colors. Craig Baldwin and Sam
  DUMPTRUCK Manera conspire to fuse and confuse the senses in the SF debut
  of their 3-D Nth Dimension. PLUS: Gesture Piece Vicki (People Like Us)
  Bennett's marvelous trans-cinema montage, sound-tracked by 7 sonic
  maestros (incl. Matmos, Wobbly, and Jason Willett). AND Negativland's
  Booper, Soviet Theremin, and the Dream Machine. $7.77.

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2014
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10/19
75018 Paris, France: eacute;mas Différents et expérimentaux de Paris
http://www.cjcinema.org/
8:00pm, 72 Rue Riquet

 CINÉ-CONCERT: LA PRINCESSE AUX HUÎTRES ET L'ATELIER DES SONS (ET AUTRES
 PÉPITES)
  HORS LES MURS#4 du Festival des Cinémas Différents et
  expérimentaux de Paris (11>26/10/14) en partenariat avec
  Kino Club et Curry Vavart Performance musicale de L'ATELIER DES SONS
  à partir des textures sonores des éléments de
  structures Baschet pour accompagner le chef d'œuvre loufoque
  du cinéma muet allemand, LA PRINCESSE AUX HUÎTRES
  (1919) d'Ernst Lubitsch ! Des extraits de long métrages et des
  films d'animation inaugureront la séance : la
  célèbre ouverture de La Poupée (Die Puppe, 1919
  d'Ernst Lubitsch) où l'on voit le metteur en scène
  lui-même installer la maquette d'un décor avant qu'il ne
  prenne vie… Les deux grands moments
  chorégraphiques et musicaux du film Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933)
  de Mervyn LeRoy par le génial Busby Berkeley (« The Shadow
  Waltz » et « Remember My Forgotten Man »). La
  séquence « Le Ballet du rêve », extraite de
  Yolanda et le voleur (1945) de Vincente Minnelli, convoque les
  influences surréalistes du cinéaste : Salvador Dali, Max
  Ernst, mais aussi Wolfgang Paalen et Paul Delvaux tandis que la
  proposition sonore graduelle, puis musicale construite comme une sorte
  de Boléro, enivre encore aujourd'hui… Un
  dessin animé de Tex Avery, Page Miss Glory (1936) dans une
  facture art déco fait mouche dans la carrière du
  cartooniste qui, pourtant fidèle à lui-même, ne
  manque pas de « parodier un monde harmonieux qui représente
  le consensus du bon goût à l'américaine et
  dont les codes immuables stimulent son sens de l'effraction. »
  (Robert Benayoun, Le mystère Tex Avery). Et enfin, Hra Bublinek
  (Bubbles Game, 1936) de Karel Dodal et Irena Dodalova. Il fut un temps
  où certaines publicités étaient
  littéralement des films expérimentaux aux propositions
  formelles et abstraites étonnantes ! Il s'agit ici d'une
  publicité tchèque pour du savon à la
  térébenthine influencée par les
  expérimentations animées de Oskar
  Fischinger… Séance programmée et
  présentée par Derek Woolfenden.` -\-\-\-\ TARIF :
  participation libre ! le programme du FESTIVAL DES CINÉMAS
  DIFFÉRENTS DE PARIS : www.cjcinema.org

10/19
Baltimore, Maryland 21202: Terrault Contemporary
8:00pm - 10:00pm, 1515 Guilford Ave

 10/19 - CINEMA BABYLON AT TERRAULT CONTEMPORARY
  Cinema Babylon is a program of shorts by emerging artists who are
  exploring both the tropes and excesses of narrative form, and the
  unraveling structure of avant-garde film. Influenced by filmmakers such
  as George Kuchar, Kenneth Anger, Lewis Klahr, and Ericka Beckman, many
  of these films remain unseen for being both too narrative and too
  experimental. This screening is an opportunity to showcase works that
  abandon the confines of narrative cause and effect for the tenuous logic
  of a dream. With support from the Millenium Film Workshop in NYC, Cinema
  Babylon tours across the U.S. in fall 2014 in an effort to bridge
  together like-minded film communities, and to spark a discourse about
  new, young talent. PROGRAM: - LOL CATS, Rachel Maclean, 15m, 2013 - HEX
  AND THE CITY, Stephen Quinlan, 10m, 2013 - EUDORA, Michael Bucuzzo, 10m,
  2013 - CHANCES!, Lindsay Denniberg, 15m, 2009 - A CATECHISM OF FAMILIAR
  THINGS, Gina Marie Napolitan, 8m, 2012 - SPACEBOY, Mike Olenick, 7m,
  2009 - ASTRONAUT AND THE STAR, Christina Kolozsvary, 22m, 2013 Curated
  by: Michael Bucuzzo & Christina Kolozsvary (in attendance) Hosted
  by: Kate Ewald $5/Pay what you can for touring artists.

10/19
Krakow: Unsound Festival
http://www.unsound.pl/the-dream/artists/grouper-paul-clipson
7:00pm, ICE Kraków, Marii Konopnickiej 17 Krakow, Poland

 GROUPER AND PAUL CLIPSON
  Liz Harris (Grouper) and Paul Clipson present a live sound and 16mm film
  collaboration exploring impressionistic, emotional and sensory
  environments. Both artists use formats that emote sonically and visually
  unique moments—cassette tape and 16mm film—which ch combine to create a
  resonant live environment. The dialogue between these materials evokes a
  tension between beauty and dissonance. Grouper layers performed and
  field recorded music to create hypnotic soundscapes cloaked within her
  vocals and tape loops. Clipson's collaged, super-impositioned 16mm films
  seek to invite the audience into a collective mind's-eye trip,
  traversing Grouper's musical language to create startling associations,
  as if each viewer is experiencing a hallucinatory waking dream, where
  sound and image interact and combine preserving a raw sense of the
  discovery that field recordings and film rushes often yield.

10/19
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
http://www.lafilmforum.org/
7:30pm, 6712 Hollywood Blvd

 MAKINO TAKASHI: ENTERING A NOISY COSMOS
  Makino Takashi in person from Japan! Among Japan's most prolific and
  adventurous filmmakers, Takashi Makino is known for hallucinatory,
  non-linear films that harness techniques from the twin media of film and
  video, treating both image and sound with equal importance. Tonight he
  presents Space Noise 3D, an immersive live cinema work for 16mm and
  video projectors, live soundtrack, and 3D glasses, giving a physical
  presence to the images beyond the screen.

10/19
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
3:15 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 ESSENTIAL CINEMA: LA REGION CENTRALE
  by Michael Snow 1971, 180 min, 16mm Made over the course of five days on
  a deserted mountaintop in North Quebec. During the shooting, the
  vertical and horizontal alignment as well as the tracking speed were all
  determined by the camera's settings. Anchored to a tripod, the camera
  turned a complete 360 degrees, craned itself skyward, and circled in all
  directions. Because of the unconventional camera movement, the result
  was more than merely a film that documented the film location's
  landscape. Surpassing that, this became a film expressing as its themes
  the cosmic relationships of space and time. "An extraordinary cinematic
  monument. [Snow] catapults us into the heart of a world before speech,
  before arbitrarily composed meanings, even subject. He forces us to
  rethink not only cinema, but our universe." ­Louis Marcorelles, LE MONDE
  "An unimaginable film, literally like nothing you have ever seen
  before." ­John W. Locke, ARTFORUM

10/19
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 SHOW & TELL: RICHARD TUOHY PROGRAM 2
  MALLEE STRETCHING (2007, 13 min, Super 8mm) FORBIDDEN FRUIT (2006, 6
  min, Super 8mm) TREE LINES (2009, 7 min, 16mm, b&w) GINZA STRIP (2014, 9
  min, 16mm) ETIENNE'S HAND (2011, 13 min, 16mm, b&w) EUCALYPTUS
  INTOXICATION (2008, 7 min, 16mm) DOT MATRIX (2013, 16 min, double
  projection 16mm, b&w) Total running time: ca. 75 min.

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014
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10/20
Dublin, Ireland: Experimental Film Club
http://experimentalfilmclub.blogspot.com/
8:30pm, Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Temple Bar

 TONY HILL / GRAVITY PLAY
  Tony Hill will be present to enact his cinematic performance "Point
  Source" and for a Q&A after the screenings. Tony Hill has consistently
  applied an interest in space, place, viewpoint and orientation to his
  practice as an artist and filmmaker. His bizarre and sometimes humorous
  vantage points make us rethink our assumptions about perspective,
  gravity, scale and movement. Developing his own camera rigs and
  ingeniously using mirrors and unusual lenses, he exploits the great
  potential for film to see in different ways.

10/20
Durham, NC: UNEXPOSED
www.durhamunexposed.tumblr.com
8pm, 321 W Geer St

 UNEXPOSED #8: 16MM FILMS BY TOM WHITESIDE
  UNEXPOSED will host its 11th filmmaker again at The Pit Authentic BBQ in
  downtown Durham. Durham-based filmmaker/curator, Tom Whiteside, will
  present six films, all on 16mm, for a forty-minute program. BBQ, private
  upstairs bar, and experimental film? You just can't beat that. 8pm
  showtime - cocktail hour begins at 7pm. Lengthy Q&A will surely follow
  the films. Show will be inside this time! PROGRAM INFO: "Structuralism
  with some Barbecue" by Tom Whiteside Running Time: 40 minutes Lake and
  Creek and Woods 1986; Ding Ding Ding 1985 sound; Full Frame One 1980;
  Chromatic Seascape 1988; Full Frame Two 1983 soundtrack by Dixon
  Crumpler; Brushy Mountain Landscape 1985. BIO: Tom Whiteside has been
  making, collecting, and exhibiting 16mm film for 35 years. Since 1991 he
  has created and presented film programs as Durham Cinematheque at a
  variety of Bull City locations, including the early summer "Movies in
  the Park" series on The Leaf in Durham Central Park. Durham Cinematheque
  is also his studio, 305 East Chapel Hill Street, which serves as an
  occasional microcinema and film museum. In collecting, areas of special
  interest include early cinema, 20th century avant-garde, regional film
  history, and films about tobacco, cars, and marriage and divorce. His
  work has been screened at the North Carolina Museum of Art, Nasher
  Museum of Art at Duke University, Mint Museum of Art, Full Frame
  Documentary Film Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, Strange Beauty
  Film Festival, and many other venues including, now, The Pit. Recent
  research interests include 19th century optical devices and
  philosophical instruments, early television, and multi-screen film
  presentations.

10/20
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
http://www.anthologyfilmarchives.org/
7:00 pm, 32 2nd Ave.

 FLAHERTY NYC: PICTURES FROM A REVOLUTION
  No one captured more powerfully the suffering, sacrifice, and finally
  celebration that accompanied the Sandinista victory than Susan Meiselas,
  the award-winning photojournalist who covered the Revolution for the New
  York Times and London Times. In PICTURES FROM A REVOLUTION, Meiselas
  returns to Nicaragua a decade later with co-directors Richard P. Rogers
  and Alfred Guzzetti to track down the guerrillas, Socistas, and
  bystanders pictured in her original photographs. These people share
  their feelings about how their lives have changed, for better and for
  worse, in the years since the conflict, and recall the circumstances
  surrounding those moments of their lives captured by Meiselas's camera.
  Susan Meiselas, Alfred Guzzetti & Richard Rogers PICTURES FROM A
  REVOLUTION (USA/Nicaragua, 1991, 90 min, 16mm) SPEAKER: Susan Meiselas

10/20
San Francisco, California 94103: Canyon Cinema
http://www.canyoncinema.com
7:00pm, New Nothing, 16 Sherman St

 SEEING SOMETHING ALWAYS HIDDEN: CANYON CINEMA SALON WITH DENAH JOHNSTON
  Please join Canyon Cinema on the evening of October 20th, 2014 for the
  first presentation in our Salon series of the Fall season. This month,
  our own Denah Johnston has curated "Seeing Something Always
  Hidden," a program that investigates a number of artists whose work
  is conversant with the mainstream. These films, which borrow from,
  parody, and reform material legible to a mainstream audience, helped
  Johnston to leap into the experimental theoretically, practically, and
  abstractly. The Canyon Cinema Salon is a FREE public event at New
  Nothing Cinema (16 Sherman Street in SOMA). Doors open at 7pm for a
  brief reception and doors close promptly at 7:30pm to begin the show.
  The Program: All My Life / Bruce Baillie / 1966 / color / sound / 3 min.
  Puce Moment / Kenneth Anger / 1949 / color / sound / 6.5 min. Perils /
  Abigail Child / 1986 / b&w / sound / 5 min. Desistfilm / Stan
  Brakhage / 1954 / b&w / sound / 7 min. Home Stories / Matthias
  Muller / 1991 / color / sound / 6 min. Outer Space / Peter Tscherkassky
  / 1999 / color / sound / 10 min. Notebook / Marie Menken / 1963 / color
  / silent / 10 min. Hold Me While I'm Naked / George Kuchar / 1966 /
  color / sound / 15 min For program details, see here:
  http://canyoncinema.com/seeing-something-always-hidden/

10/20
Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Early Monthly Segments
http://earlymonthlysegments.org/
8:00 PM, Gladstone Hotel, Ballroom | 1214 Queen St West

 EMS #67 = MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2014 = GREGORY MARKOPOULOS BOOK LAUNCH
  In celebration of the publication of Film as Film: The Collected
  Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos, edited by Mark Webber, we are happy
  to show Markopoulos' The Mysteries. The Mysteries was made in Munich,
  Spring 1968, during the same period in which Markopoulos directed two
  opera pieces for German television. (Rosa von Praunheim was his
  assistant on all three projects.) Writing in Artforum, Kristin M. Jones
  described the film as "… a mournful work in which, as in many of the
  earlier films, the rhythmic repetition of imagery evokes poetic speech,
  and changes in costume emphasize shifts in time, space, and emotion.
  Here, a young man's struggles with memories of love and intimations of
  death are set alternately to deafening silence and the music of Wagner."
  "In my film I suggest that there is no greater mystery than that of the
  protagonists. War and Love are simply equated for what they are; the
  aftermath is inevitable, and a normal human condition, for which like
  the ancients one can only have pity and understanding. In this lies the
  mystery. All else is irrelevant. That there are other sub-currents of
  equal power in The Mysteries goes without saying; and, those who are
  capable of the numerous visual visitations and annunciations which the
  film offers them will realise what is the Ultimate Mystery of my work."
  (Gregory Markopoulos, Disclosed Knowledge, 1970) ­ Program description
  by Mark Webber. A limited number of copies of Film as Film: The
  Collected Writings of Gregory J. Markopoulos, will be available at the
  screening for $35 Programme The Mysteries, Gregory Markopoulos, 1968,
  16mm, 80 minutes @ Gladstone Hotel, Ballroom | 1214 Queen St West Monday
  October 20, 2014 | 8:00pm screening, $5 ­ $10 suggested donation, free
  with book purchase

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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2014
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10/22
75001 Paris, France: Les Voutes
9:00pm in UTC+02, 19 rue des frigos

 SOIREE D'OUVERTURE DU FESTIVAL DES CINEMAS DIFFERENTS DE PARIS :
 MARTHA COLBURN & SCORPION VIOLENTE
  SOIRÉE D'OUVERTURE OFFICIELLE DU 16E FESTIVAL DES CINÉMAS
  DIFFÉRENTS DE PARIS (11>26/10/14) Les courts
  métrages détonants de Martha Colburn (plus d'une
  quarantaine depuis 1994) ont rencontré le succès dans tous
  les recoins underground des USA jusqu'aux écrans prestigieux du
  MOMA à New York, avant que sa réputation ne l'amène
  en Europe où un de ses films a fait l'objet d'une
  sélection au festival de Cannes en 2006. La démarche de
  ses premiers films est simple et efficace, consistant "à
  couper les parties ennuyeuses" de ces bobines trouvées
  pour n'en retravailler que les éléments les plus
  immédiatement visuels avec un sens de l'humour
  déconcertant. Adoptant le Super 8 puis le 16mm, elle s'engage
  ensuite dans la réalisation intensive de films d'animation
  à base de collages articulés et d'un bestiaire hybride,
  sur fond de musiques déglinguées signées Jad Fair,
  99Hooker ou Jac Berrocal entre autres. Martha Colburn entretient depuis
  toujours un rapport complice avec les musiciens outsiders (elle
  collabore notoirement avec Felix Kubin). Aujourd'hui installée
  entre Amsterdam, Berlin et New York, elle continue sans
  relâche à bricoler des films d'animation
  survoltés et drôlatiques, gerbe visuelle de poésie
  punk, crash improbable entre Hieronymus Bosch et les Monty Python
  à la sauce Heinz. L'artiste se saisira ici des commandes de la
  projection pour ce ciné-concert au son garage,
  électro-punk lancinant et minimal du duo Scorpion Violente.
  (Bertrand GRIMAULT) ***** Scorpion Violente est un groupe de musique
  synthétique et minimaliste originaire de l'Est de la France (Metz
  et Strasbourg) et membre de La Grande Triple Alliance Internationale de
  l'Est. Le groupe est composé de Scott Scorpion et Thomas
  Violente, leur son est reconnaissable par l'usage de boites à
  rythmes répétitives, de synthétiseurs, de drone, le
  tout noyé dans beaucoup de delay. Après avoir
  publié en 2009 un split avec The Dreams le groupe sort un album
  sans titre sur le label Bruit Direct Disques en 2010, puis un album
  intitulé Uberschleiss sur le label italien Avant!. La même
  année ils jouent à La Java dans le cadre du festival Mal
  au Pixel. En 2012 leur deuxième album, The Rapist sort sur le
  label franco-belge Teenage Menopause Records. En 2013 ils jouent au
  festival La Ferme électrique. ***** PRÉCÉDÉE DE
  INSOMNAMBULA : UNE VISION D'ISTAMBUL (19h) Partitions visuelles et
  sonores mises en espace par Emmanuel Carquille et Anne Fave : triple
  projection vidéo, eau, perceuses, Super 8 et capteurs sons. Une
  traversée d'Istanbul, dans ses flux, ses mouvements incessants,
  ses rythmes. ***** LES VOÛTES 19 rue des Frigos, 75013
  Paris Soirée d'ouverture : 7 euros (prix unique) FESTIVAL:
  5€ la séance (4€ tarif réduit), 15€ le PASS
  festival* *Le pass festival ne donne accès qu'aux
  événements organisés aux Voûtes
  à l'exception de la séance d'ouverture. FOCUS CINÉMA
  EXPÉRIMENTAL & MUSIQUES: 13 ÉVÉNEMENTS / 60 FILMS
  / 33 INVITÉS COMPÉTITION INTERNATIONALE: 58 FILMS / 25 PAYS
  ÉVÉNEMENTS HORS LES MURS DU 11 AU 19 OCTOBRE (Les Instants
  Chavirés Montreuil, Eglise St Merry, Studio Galande, Le
  Shakirail) DU 22 AU 26 OCTOBRE > Les Voûtes LE
  PROGRAMME COMPLET SUR: www.cjcinema.org ou en
  téléchargement (non détaillé) ici :
  http://www.cjcinema.org/ divers/festival/16FESTIVAL/
  COM/PROGRAMME_WEB_USE.pdf ***** "Les
  Voûtes" ont été prises en charge
  par une association éponyme créée en 2000 et
  constituée principalement d'artistes, avec pour but la sauvegarde
  et la mise en valeur des quatre voûtes situées sous
  la rue de Tolbiac ainsi que la création du jardin attenant.
  L'association met toute son énergie en oeuvre afin de
  créer un véritable lieu de création alternative
  où la priorité est donnée aux expressions
  nouvelles, un lieu d'échange et de débats, un outil
  performant pour la réalisation d'expériences culturelles.
  3 SALLES + BAR + JARDIN

10/22
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17102: Moviate
http://www.moviate.org/
7:30pm, Midtown Cinema, 250 Reily St

 THE FILMS OF MIKE KUCHAR - IN-PERSON EVENT IN HARRISBURG!!!!
  Underground Film Legend Mike Kuchar will be returning to Harrisburg on
  Wednesday October 22, 2014 to show a program of new digital works! Mike
  will be traveling from San Francisco for a very small East Coast tour
  and we are very lucky to have him in Harrisburg! Screening at The
  Midtown Cinema Starts Promptly at 7:30pm $5 Admission to this event Mike
  will be showcasing all new works including SOUL SEARCHING, films from
  his GENERATION Z series, and a new STUDIO 8 film made at the San
  Francisco Art Institute! "George and Mike Kuchar's films were my
  first inspiration." - John Ronnie Waters

10/22
Tucson: Exploded View
http://explodedviewgallery.org
7:30, 197 E Toole Ave

 BLOOD RED ITALIAN HORROR: SUSPERIA !!!
  Dario Argento's Susperia with a live performance soundtrack by Eric
  Schlappi Eric Schlappi will be presenting a live tribute to Goblin by
  covering and interpreting their original soundtrack to Suspiria with a
  full band of acoustic and electric instruments, analogue synthesizers
  and WITCHES. Tonight re-experience Susperia, the landmark horror fantasy
  from cult director Dario Argento- dubbed the Italian Hitchcock for his
  mastery of suspense. Jessica Harper plays a dancer at a German ballet
  school where witches prowl the corridors. The famous opening 20 minutes
  of this Snow White fairy tale (by way of

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014
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10/23
Brooklyn, New York: The Picture Show
http://thepictureshow.org
7pm, 226 Green St

 THE SAN FRANCISCO EXPLORATORIUM
  Since its establishment in 1969, the Exploratorium, self-described as "a
  museum for art, science, and human perception," has relied on expansive
  approaches to science education as an institutional framework. Founder
  Frank Oppenheimer always intended for his museum to consider art and
  science in parallel; in 1974 a formal Artist-in-Residence program was
  begun. This was followed by the establishment in 1982 of a film program,
  Cinema Arts, founded - and still led - by Liz Keim. Tonight's program
  focuses on artist works and experimental cinema from the Cinema Arts
  collection crafted by makers with whom the Exploratorium shares extended
  cultivated relationships. Either commissioned by, or part of the museum
  collection - or simply made by friends of the institution - most of
  these works are rarely shown outside of the Bay Area. Screening LIGHT
  WALK (Michael Walsh, 1999, 16mm, 4 min.), PANORAMA (Michael Rudnick,
  1982, 16mm, 13 min.), MARKET STREET (Tomonari Nishikawa, 2005, 16mm, 4
  min.), LIGHT YEAR (Paul Clipson, 2013, 16mm, 10 min.), VESPUCCILAND
  (Rock Ross, 1982, 16mm, 3 min.), and EXPLORATORIUM (Jon Boorstin, 1974,
  video, 15 min *recently restored by the Academy Film Archive through the
  National Film Preservation Foundation). Total run time is 49 minutes.
  $6.

10/23
Chicago, Illinois: Conversations at the Edge
http://www.saic.edu/cate
18:00, Gene Siskel Film Center, 164 N. State, Chicago, Illinois 60601

  CAO FEI: HAZE AND FOG
  Cao Fei in person! In her videos and multiplatform installations,
  Chinese artist Cao Fei mixes fantasy, documentary, and virtual reality
  to reflect on the ways China's rapidly changing economy has transformed
  the everyday lives and imaginations of its citizens. Her latest film,
  Haze and Fog (2013) is a darkly humorous reinterpretation of the zombie
  film set in Beijing. Here the undead are real estate agents, nouveau
  riche businessmen, security guards, and manicurists seeking contact in
  an increasingly individualized, materialistic, and alienating society.
  Fei accompanies the film with her haunting 2007 short i.Mirror, recorded
  entirely in the virtual world of Second Life, and a discussion of her
  practice to date. 2007­13, China, multiple formats, ca 80 min +
  discussion. In Mandarin with English subtitles. CATE is FREE to SAIC
  students with a valid student ID $11 General Public $6 Film Center
  members $7 Students $5 SAIC faculty and staff and Art Institute of
  Chicago staff

10/23
New York, New York: Cal Arts
http://www.calarts.edu/
7:00 PM, Anthology Film Archive

 CALARTS: RECENT STUDENT AND ALUMNI FILMS
  Please join us for a screening of student work from the School of
  Film/Video at CalArts, followed by a Q&A and a reception. Prospective
  students will have an opportunity to learn about the many modes of film,
  video, and animation that CalArts supports, ask questions about the
  school and its programs, and also to speak with current faculty
  including Leighton Pierce, Maureen Selwood, and Abigail Severance.
  Alumni are more than welcome as well. Event Info and RSVP Here:
  http://tinyurl.com/qbyggjy

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014
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10/24
75001 Paris, France: Les Voûtes
4:00pm, 19 rue des frigos

 FESTIVAL DES CINÉMAS DIFFÉRENTS DE PARIS - JOUR 3 (LES
 VOÛTES)
  OUVERTURE DES PORTES (19 rue des Frigos, Paris 13e) À 15H30
  PROGRAMME : 16H00 : COMPÉTITION INTERNATIONALE#PROGRAMME 3 MOUNT
  SONG, Shambhavi Kaul, Inde - États-Unis, 2013, 9' MOUNTAIN ARK,
  Erwan Sene, France, 2013, 8'27 VARADOURO, Paulo Abreu &
  João da Ponte, Portugal, 2013,10'25 LA TERRE
  ENTIÈRE S'EST AGRIPPÉE A TOI, ELLE EST DEVENUE TON
  CORPS, ELLE CRIE AU FOND DE L'ABÎME, Théo Delidis,
  Grèce, 2013, 23'24 FREE FORMS, Robert Todd, États-Unis,
  2013, 9'30 ORBITALNA, Marcin Malaszczak, Allemagne - Pologne, 2014, 25'
  Séance présentée par Philippe Cote, cinéaste
  et programmateur, en présence de Théo Delidis Durée
  : 85'

10/24
Baltimore, MD: Sight Unseen
http://sightunseenbaltimore.com/
9pm, The Red Room (425 E. 31st Street, Baltimore, MD 21218)

 SIGHT UNSEEN PRESENTS RICHARD TUOHY: HAND CRAFTED CINEMA
  These films are all firmly situated in the hand crafted film tradition.
  All works are hand processed from camera neg, optical sound neg,
  intermediates and opticals to final prints. This is done in part out of
  necessity, but also out of a sense of opportunity; while the closure of
  commercial film labs has meant that it has become increasingly difficult
  to access traditional laboratory services, it has also created an
  opportunity for artists to get their hands on this now largely redundant
  equipment, providing access for experimentation and exploration of a new
  set of creative possibilities. These works speak of that new
  opportunity! ­ Richard Tuohy. Filmmaker in attendance! PROGRAM (All
  films on 16mm): Iron-wood, 2009, 7 minuets, Flyscreen, 2010, 8 minutes,
  Seoul Electric, 2012, 7 minutes, Tree Lines, 2009, 7 minutes, Ginza
  Strip, 2014, 9 minutes, Etienne's Hand, 2011, 13 minutes, Blue Line
  Chicago, 2014, 10 minutes, Dot Matrix, 2013, 16 minutes, 2 x 16mm.
  http://sightunseenbaltimore.com/ (Film synopses on view).

10/24
Brooklyn, New York: The Picture Show
http://thepictureshow.org
7pm, 226 Green St

 THE CINEMA OF PIERRE COULIBEUF
  Pierre Coulibeuf has been making films for some twenty years, turning
  his attention to contemporary artists working within different
  disciplines, and approaching these artists as collaborators, subjects,
  and guides, in order to create alternate cinematic forms. Within this
  fictive space, Coulibeuf presents the logic of painting, photography,
  literature, and performance art in a cinematic language that is all his
  own. AMOUR NEUTRE (2005, 28 min.): « The neuter does not seduce or
  attract: therein lies its dizzying attraction against which nothing
  preserves. » Maurice Blanchot. Amour Neutre lies within a
  cross-disciplinary project that brings together cinema, photography,
  literature and painting. The work is characterized by a circular,
  de-centered construction, with a repetition-variation principle extended
  to all the audiovisual components. This movement gradually perverts the
  codes of representation. PAVILLION NOIR (2006, 24 min.): Parodic
  fiction, based on special creations by choreographer Angelin Preljocaj.
  The seven characters who move in the architecture of Rudy Ricciotti's
  Pavillon Noir break shamelessly with the codes of choreography and
  cinema: contamination, overflow, distance, - fiction tests reality. The
  film Pavillon noir is part of a cross-disciplinary project that, in this
  case, brings together architecture, choreography and cinema. The work
  aims to create a space "on the border" (of artistic disciplines and
  categories as well as of genres of the moving image), exactly where the
  individuals and things transform themselves, change their status, their
  identity. MAGNETIC CINEMA (2008, 33 min.): Inspired by Canadian
  choreographer Benoi^t Lachambre's Lugares Comunes, the film touches
  on the sphere of the supernatural. An interplay of multiple energies
  links the film's characters to the natural elements—air, water, plant
  and mineral—leading to strange, instinctual body movements. These
  characters have an android double, haunted by another, non-human will.
  They move about in a magnetic space where corporal language takes the
  place of the verbal. Cinema — as the art of suggestion, the art of dark,
  obsessive forces — attests to the cyclical nature of existence. Thus do
  waves live. Total run time is 85 minutes. $6.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2014
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10/25
Austin, Texas 78702: Experimental Response Cinema
http://ercatx.org
8:00pm, Farewell Books, 913 E Cesar Chavez St

 BASEMENT MEDIA FEST
  Experimental Response Cinema and Farewell Books presents an evening with
  the Basement Media Fest, with curators LJ Frezza and Nicholas Tamburo in
  person! The Basement Media Fest is a survey of contemporary artists
  working with lo-def, lo-tech, and lo-fi motion picture techniques.
  Founded in response to hi-res commercial media and corporate-sponsored
  film fests, BASEMENT is a celebration of the mediated experience as
  aesthetic experience. Featuring work by Ben Balcom, Andy Birtwistle,
  Stephen Broomer, Alfredo Salazar-Caro, Chris Paul Daniels, Anja
  Dornieden & Juan David Gonzalez Monroy, Scott Fitzpatrick, N.
  Heppding, Faith Holland, Salise Hughes, Josh Lewis, Jordan Lopez, Ryan
  Murray, Dylan Pasture, Tyler Tamburo, Laura Thatcher, Emma Varker.
  Curated by LJ Frezza and Nicholas Tamburo. LJ Frezza creates video works
  of heavily edited found-footage and curates moving image programs for
  the BASEMENT Media Festival and Spectacle in NYC. He is currently
  pursuing his MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Nicholas
  Tamburo studied experimental filmmaking and photography in Boston, MA.
  After graduating he stopped making movies and started cooking. He has
  since worked at restaurants in Boston, New York, Portland, and Belgium.
  He currently works at Momofuku Ko in New York City.

10/25
San Francisco, California: Other Cinema
http://www.othercinema.com/
8:30 PM, 992 Valencia St.

 KASHMERE’S FROM DEEP + DYEMARKALVA + MCGUIRE/ARTISTIC EXERCISES
  Part video essay, part a/v mixtape, From Deep looks at basketball and
  its profound role in American life—as an everyday street game, a force
  in fashion and music, and a platform for broader issues of race and
  class. Drawing imagery from neighborhood pick-up games, contemporary
  films, music videos, and broadcast sports footage, Brett Kashmere charts
  a history of the game over the last century, including its rapid
  cultural rise in the 80s with the global branding of Michael Jordan, its
  growing connection with hip-hop culture, and its expanding fan base.
  PLUS: Local lights Steve Dye and Alfonso Alvarez team up for their
  "immersive audio" In This Tunnel, a 16mm double-projection on the, yes,
  visual poetry of hand-processed sports films. AND Anne McGuire's
  evergreen Joe DiMaggio. At pre-show reception, double-tasking zine
  editor Kashmere also launches his next Incite issue!!

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2014
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10/26
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
http://www.lafilmforum.org/
7:30pm, 6712 Hollywood Blvd

 SONGS FROM THE NICKEL
  Alina Skrzeszewska in person from Germany! Los Angeles premiere! Sirens,
  screams, laughter, singing, bartering: these are the sounds sweeping
  into the rooms of Downtown Los Angeles' old forgotten hotels. Their
  inhabitants' stories tell of lives lived on the margins. Director Alina
  Skrzeszewska lived in one of the hotels for a year and a half, while
  shooting Songs from the Nickel. The result is a strikingly intimate
  portrait of people living in this largely invisible community.

10/26
San Francisco, California: San Francisco Cinematheque
http://www.sfcinematheque.org
7:30pm, Center for New Music, 55 Taylor Street

 MAKINO TAKASHI: SPACE NOISE
  Makino Takashi is one of the most prolific and adventurous filmmakers
  working in Japan today and is known world wide for his complex,
  immersive and overwhelming film experiences. Treating image and sound as
  elements of equal importance, Makino produces immense and infinite
  non-narrative and abstract film works, at once cosmic and organic, which
  activate the screening space in powerful and dynamic suggestions of
  depth and infinity. As part of a special West Coast tour, Makino Takashi
  appears in person to present and perform live soundtracks for two recent
  works: Space Noise, "a duel between the all-dominant immaculate digital
  and the irregular organic material dissolves in multiple layers of
  chaos," and Phantom Nebula, "a changeable ethereal gaseous mass with no
  definite form" (S8: Mostra de Cinema Periférico). Completing the program
  is a visitation from intergalactic travelers Rubber(()Cement—featuring
  A-Gene-Rack and the CIMEVOX 30084—scrambling the screening with the
  confrontational chaos of hi-speed electronic cardboard!

10/26
Tucson: Exploded View
http://explodedviewgallery.org
7:30, 197 E Toole Ave

 RADIO URUGUAY: MARK STREET’S HASTA NUNCA.
  Filmmaker Mark Street (Brooklyn) in person! EV is thrilled to present
  the work of longtime compatriot, Mark Street, an always adventurous and
  insightful filmmaker with a practice that spans from experimental film
  to re-invented documentary and narrative forms. Street's experimental
  narrative, Hasta Nunca follows Mario Ligetti, a middle aged hipster DJ
  who produces an underground radio show in Montevideo, Uruguay. On his
  show "Secrets and Stories", he invites listeners to share their intimate
  thoughts with him and a live radio audience. The film is the product of
  a close collaboration between Street and an Uruguayan cast and crew, and
  lead actor Rufo Martínez, a real life DJ and television personality.
  Shot in cinéma vérité style, Hasta Nunca takes a deeper look at one of
  Latin America's under represented countries, carefully touching upon
  local themes like the lingering effects of the dictatorship and the
  illegality of abortion. The film interweaves documentary and fiction,
  scripted narrative and improvisation, and is as much a portrait of
  Montevideo as it is the story of one of its chroniclers.


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