There'll be a Valentine's Day screening, Saturday, at Millennium Film
Workshop, with the following program of all-celluloid cinematic seductions
from the Filmmaker's Coop:

Jerry Abrams “Lotus Wing” 1968, 16mm, color & b&w, 16.5 min
Bob Cowan “Soul Freeze” 1967, 16mm, b&w, 25 min
Willard Maas “Orgia” 1967. 16mm, color, 12 min
Saul Levine “Note to Poli” 1983, 16mm, color, 2.5 min
Storm de Hirsch “The Tattooed Man” 1969, 16mm, color, 35 min
Jose Rodriguez-Soltero “Jerovi” 1965, 16m m, color, 11.5 min
Tom Chomont “Oblivion” 1969, 16mm, color, 4.25 min
James Benning & Bette Gordon “I-94″ 1974, 16mm, color, 3 min
Walter Gutman “Bolex” 1974, 16mm, color, 12 mi

There are some fantastic films in this lineup that likely haven't screened
in town in decades, so brave the weather and groove on some rare,
mind-expanding flix. Only ten bucks, rotgut included.

On Fri, Feb 13, 2015 at 1:57 AM, Sasha Janerus <sasha.jane...@gmail.com>

> Sorry to have missed this week. There'll be a
> http://millenniumfilm.org/2015/02/cinematic-valentine-from-the-filmmakers-cooperative/
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