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Seven Women, Seven Sins + Burning Palm's What the Daisy Said (#anchor7)

NEW CALLS FOR ENTRIES:
Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival (Hawick, Scotland, UK; Deadline: October 
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Events are sorted alphabetically BY CITY within each DATE.

This week's programs (summary):
* Icp: Wilke/Freed/Bengalis/Warhol Program (#anchor1) [September 3, New York, 
New York]
* Risco Cinema - Ver (Audiovisual Panorama of Latin America) (#anchor2) 
[September 3, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil]
* Chantal Akerman: Early Works: Je Tu Il Elle (#anchor3) [September 4, Austin, 
Texas 78752]
* Katelus' Solo Organ (#anchor4) [September 4, Denver, Colorado 80205]
* Icp: Wilke/Freed/Bengalis/Warhol Program (#anchor5) [September 4, New York, 
New York]
* Chantal Akerman: Early Works: La Chambre/Hotel Monterey (#anchor6) [September 
7, Austin, Texas 78752]
* Seven Women, Seven Sins + Burning Palm's What the Daisy Said (#anchor7) 
[September 7, Tucson]
* Peter Hutton, In Memory (#anchor8) [September 8, Los Angeles, California]
* Millennium Film Journal video Bureau (#anchor9) [September 8, New York, New 
York]
* Sound Ethnographies: theory & Practice For Non-Fiction Media (#anchor10) 
[September 9, Brooklyn, New York]
* The Spaces Between Cities (#anchor11) [September 9, Los Angeles, California]
* Jennifer Walshe Program (#anchor12) [September 9, New York, New York]
* Shaped By Landscape: Jason Halprin In Person! (#anchor13) [September 10, 
Denver, CO]
* Show & Tell: David Daniels (#anchor14) [September 10, New York, New York]
* Punk Vaudeville: Yard Dogs Road Show + Circus Delirium (#anchor15) [September 
10, San Francisco, California]
* Chantal Akerman: Early Works: Jeanne Dielman, 23, Quai Du Commerce, 1080 
Bruxelles (#anchor16) [September 11, Austin, Texas 78752]
* Shapeshifters Cinema Presents Thad Povey and Mark Taylor With Henry Plotnick 
(#anchor17) [September 11, Oakland]

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 2016

9/3
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:15 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
ICP: WILKE/FREED/BENGALIS/WARHOL PROGRAM
Featuring two artists from ICPís exhibition, Wilke and Benglis, this program 
presents forms of performance for the camera by artists interested in the 
visual and conceptual presentation of the self and the body. Wilke performs a 
striptease in front of Marcel Duchampís ìThe Bride Stripped Bare by Her 
Bachelors, Evenî (also known as ìThe Large Glassî). A very self-conscious 
performance, it slyly mocks the portrayal of women in art ñ stripped bare by 
their artists, even. In TWO FACES, Hermine Freed creates a double of herself in 
a split-screen, and kisses and coddles the reflection ñ a self-examination in 
the face of cultural representations and expectations of femininity. Lynda 
Benglisís NOW, included in the original Castelli-Sonnabend video art 
collection, features Benglis performing in front of her pre-recorded image, 
playing with the idea of a ëliveí performance, and questioning the role of the 
performer versus director as she alternates between the cues, ìStart recording
now!î and ìDo you wish to direct me?î Andy Warholís OUTER AND INNER SPACE is a 
mesmerizing double-projection, starring his Superstar Edie Sedgwick, and the 
first of Warholís experiments with a split screen. Each of the projections 
presents Edie doubled: ëliveí Edie side-by-side with a pre-recorded video image 
of herself in profile, appearing to speak into her own ear. Highly self-aware 
of her presentation, Edie performs her superstar persona for the camera while 
hearing her own earlier performance. It is a dizzying rupturing of filmic time 
and an inspired exercise in the reflexivity of new media. These works 
constitute early video examinations of how the camera changes our way of 
presenting the self, decades before a plethora of apps could broadcast oneís 
performance to the world. Hannah Wilke HANNAH WILKE THROUGH THE LARGE GLASS 
1976, 10 min, 16mm-to-video, silent Hermine Freed TWO FACES 1972, 6.5 min, 
video, b&w Lynda Benglis NOW 1973, 12 min, video Andy Warhol OUTER AND
INNER SPACE 1965, 33 min, 16mm dual projection, b&w Total running time: ca. 65 
min.

9/3
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Risco Cinema
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17h, Cinematheque of Museum of Modern Art of Rio de Janeiro
RISCO CINEMA - VER (AUDIOVISUAL PANORAMA OF LATIN AMERICA)
This program is part of DOBRA - International Experimental Film Festival at Rio 
de Janeiro, Brazil. The activy is done in partnership with the Bienal de la 
Imagen en Movimiento (BIM, Argentina) and Hambre | espacio experimental cinema. 
Program (75 minutes): OAXACA TOHOKU (11í35íí, Argentina, 2012), de Pablo 
Mazzolo; S/T -cazadores (1í56íí, Argentina, 2009), de Christian Delgado; Los 
puntos internos (3'11íí, Argentina, 2013), de Sergio Subero; Deshoras (5í, 
Argentina, 2012), de Toia Bonino; Sin Titulos (8í40íí, Argentina, 2009), de 
Juan Sorrentino Windmills (7'40íí, Colombia, 2014), de Roberto NiÒo Betancourt; 
Fui a Capadocia e lembrei de voce (9í, Brasil, 2013), de Larissa Figueiredo; 
Fragmentos de Domingo (3í13íí, Argentina, 2013), de Benjamin Ellenberger; 
Solitude (11í51íí, Reino Unido, 2014), de Pablo Mollenhauer; Mi Horizonte 
(5í51íí, Argentina, 2013), de Carlos Marulanda; Fe (2í36íí, MÈxico, 2012), de 
Juan Pablo Villegas; Abecedario/B (04í55íí, MÈxico, 2014), de
Colectivo Los Ingr·vidos.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2016

9/4
Austin, Texas 78752: Experimental Response Cinema
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2pm, AFS Cinema, 6226 Middle Fiskville Rd
CHANTAL AKERMAN: EARLY WORKS: JE TU IL ELLE
France, 1974, DCP, 86 min. In French with English Subtitles. In Chantal 
Akermanís formally bold and sexually daring first feature length film, the 
director herself plays a young woman that first isolates herself in her 
apartment, and later hits the road for an impromptu trip that lands her at a 
former girlfriendís house.

9/4
Denver, Colorado 80205: Cinema Contra
8 PM - 10 PM, Pon Pon, 2528 Walnut St
KATELUS' SOLO ORGAN
CINEMA CONTRA kicks off the fall season with KATELUS' SOLO ORGAN GLITCH + 16MM 
FILMS w/ live musical accompaniment Please note: This show is at Pon Pon bar, 
not GLOB + suggested donation $8 HAMMOND ORGANIST, EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKER, 
UNDERGROUND FILM CURATOR and beloved SF Mission District denizen DOUG KATELUS 
swings into our much-loved neighborhood bar PON PON as part of a massive US 
tour to kick off CINEMA CONTRA's Fall season!! Katelus' "Films About Films" 
-\-\ heartfelt tributes to glitch, Nintendo, Mission District Microcinemas, 
long-gone 16MM film labs, and other nearly-obsolete media -\-\ are accompanied 
by "soundssomewhere along the lines of free-form psychedelic blues drone jazz, 
incorporating elements of classic rock." Come welcome Doug Katelus to Five 
Points and Colorado!! + LPS and t-shirts FOR SALE

9/4
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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8:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
ICP: WILKE/FREED/BENGALIS/WARHOL PROGRAM
See notes for Aug. 3, 7:15 pm.

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2016

9/7
Austin, Texas 78752: Experimental Response Cinema
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7:30pm, AFS Cinema, 6226 Middle Fiskville Rd
CHANTAL AKERMAN: EARLY WORKS: LA CHAMBRE/HOTEL MONTEREY
France, 1972, DCP, 76 min An early pair of films from Chantal Akerman. The 11 
minute short LA CHAMBRE takes us into Akermanís home space with a series of 360 
degree pans. HOTEL MONTEREY is an hour long silent documentation of a New York 
flophouse hotel.

9/7
Tucson: Exploded View Microcinema
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7:30, 197 E Toole Ave
SEVEN WOMEN, SEVEN SINS + BURNING PALMíS WHAT THE DAISY SAID
Seven brilliant and controversial women filmmakers were invited to direct for 
this the 1986 omnibus, Seven Women, Seven Sins: Helke Sander (Gluttony), Bette 
Gordon (Greed), Maxi Cohen (Anger), Chantal Akerman (Sloth), Valie Export 
(Lust), Laurence Gavron (Envy), and Ulrike Ottinger (Pride). Each filmmaker had 
the opportunity of choosing a sin to interpret as they wished. The final film 
reflected this diversity, including traditional narrative fiction, experimental 
video, musicals, and radical documentary. Opening the show, Burning Palms 
breathes haunting new life into Mary Pickfordís 1910 silent film What the Daisy 
Said with a live score commissioned by the Mary Pickford Foundation.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2016

9/8
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
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7:00 pm, MOCA Grand Avenue, Ahmanson Auditorium, 250 South Grand Avenue
PETER HUTTON, IN MEMORY
Peter Hutton (1944-2016) was a revered filmmaker and teacher whose life and 
work had a lasting impact on generations of moving-image artists. His films, 
which he modestly compared to looking at photo albums or daydreaming, are 
remarkably reserved, often creating profoundly moving portraits of cities and 
landscapes from little more than subtly shifting plays of light. His themes 
were focused and fewóthe city, the sea, and the landscape, especially the 
Hudson River Valleyóand he brought a keen eye to them all, producing luminous 
images that seem to float upon the screen. Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA will 
honor Huttonís life and work with a screening of five of his most memorable 
films and personal reflections from fellow filmmakers and colleagues, including 
James Benning and Steve Anker. INFO educat...@moca.org or 213.621.1745 TICKETS 
$12 general admission, $7 students with valid ID FREE for Los Angeles Filmforum 
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9/8
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
MILLENNIUM FILM JOURNAL VIDEO BUREAU
Based in Beijing and Guangzhou, Video Bureau is an artist-run not-for-profit 
organization focused on archiving video artworks and related material including 
writings, images, proposals, and installation plans, in order to build a 
database for researchers, writers, students, artists, and collectors. In 
concert with her article, ìVideo Bureau, A Report from China,î published in the 
most recent issue of the Millennium Film Journal (MFJ 63), Ellen Zweig has 
curated this special one-program survey of Chinese video art, including work 
from China and Taiwan. Beginning with Chen Tongís DONíT LET YOUR EYES DECEIVE 
YOU, a humorous exploration of what it means to create an institution, and 
including works by Fang Lu, Li Xiaofei, Zhou Tao, and others, the selection 
represents a wide-range of styles, from documentary to performance video. 
FILMMAKER FANG LU WILL BE HERE IN PERSON! For more info on the Millennium Film 
Journal, visit www.mfj-online.org. Thanks to Ellen Zweig and Grahame
Weinbren, as well as to Video Bureau. All works in Chinese with English 
subtitles. Chen Tong DONíT LET YOUR EYES DECEIVE YOU (2015, 11 min, digital) 
Fang Lu NO WORLD (2014, 18 min, digital) Tsui Kuang-yu THE SHORTCUT TO THE 
SYSTEMATIC LIFE: SUPERFICIAL LIFE (2002, 10 min, digital) Li Ming SWORDSMAN ñ 
HAHAHAHAH (2011, 3.5 min, digital) Tsui Kuang-yu INVISIBLE CITY: TAIPARIS YORK 
(2008, 5 min, digital) Ma Qiusha SATIE BLUES (2004, 4 min, digital) Li Xiaofei 
A CART OF COAL (2014, 11 min, digital) Zhou Tao SOUTH STONE (2011, 25.5 min, 
digital) Total running time: ca. 95 min.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2016

9/9
Brooklyn, New York: UnionDocs
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10am, 322 UNION AVE.
SOUND ETHNOGRAPHIES: THEORY & PRACTICE FOR NON-FICTION MEDIA
Friday Sept 9th to Sunday Sept 11th, 10am-5pm Through critical listening 
exercises, practical demonstrations, guest presentations, readings and 
discussions, students will explore what sound is and what it does, learning to 
critically and ethically integrate sound recording and sound research into 
their artistic and scholarly practices. Guest artists include: Kevin T. Allen, 
Maile Colbert, Ernst Karel, Peter McMurray, Zach Poff and Benjamin Tausig. 
Sound scholar and filmmaker Jen Heuson will led the seminar as lead instructor.

9/9
Los Angeles, California: Echo Park Film Center
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8:00 pm, Echo Park Film Center, 1200 N. Alvarado St.
THE SPACES BETWEEN CITIES
An exquisite corpse road trip across four continents, twenty one international 
experimental filmmakers, using a range of analog and digital mediums 
collaborate on a feature film. Using themes of movement, migration, nature, and 
culture that circle back on each other, each filmmaker worked near their home 
in cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Berlin, Barcelona, 
Seoul, New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Newcastle, Ruma, Colliguay, Baton Rouge, 
Portland and Seattle where the project was formed by filmmaker Salise Hughes 
for her experimental screening series, EXcinema. Filmmakers are Amy Bassin, 
Mark Blickley, Stephen Broomer, Charles Chadwick, Pip Chodorov, 
Konstantinos-Antonios Goutos, Pablo Molina Guerrero, SaliseHughes, Douglas 
Katelus, Anna Kipervaser, Kate Lain, Insa Langhorst, Jesse Malmed, Milan 
Milosavljevic, Reed OíBeirne, Arto Polus, Ben Popp, Blanca Rego, Margaret 
Rorison, Dustin Zemel, Robert Zverina. Doors at 7:30 pm. $5 suggested donation. 
Tickets: An
Echo Park Film Center screening with $5 donation for all attendees, 
co-presented by Los Angeles Filmforum

9/9
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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8:00 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
JENNIFER WALSHE PROGRAM
JENNIFER WALSHE ñ AN GL…ACHT by CaoimhÌn Breathnach & Jennifer Walshe 2015, 30 
min, digital ARTIST IN PERSON! Outsider artist CaoimhÌn Breathnach (1934-2009) 
lived as a recluse in Knockvicar, Co. Roscommon, Ireland, for all of his life. 
Breathnachís artistic practice focused on the creation of ësubliminalí tapes 
and films which he believed possessed the capacity to shift consciousness. In 
these works, Ogham magickal scales, crystallography, astronomy, folklore, and 
natural phenomena are combined with found audio and visual material to produce 
an idiosyncratic, esoteric system of correspondences. Breathnach spent the last 
years of his life planning a work called AN GL…ACHT. The work was to combine 
subliminal tapes and films with filmed footage showing a sequence of occult 
rituals. In 2015, responding to a commission from the Cork Film Festival, 
Breathnachís great-niece, Jennifer Walshe, brought AN GL…ACHT to completion, 
and the result is an idiosyncratic marriage of enigmatic,
evocative imagery and a hypnotic, elemental soundtrack of non-verbal 
vocalizing. An experimental composer and artist whose work has been presented 
all over the world, Walshe has performed in collaboration with numerous 
musicians and artists, including the late, great avant-garde musician, artist, 
and filmmaker Tony Conrad, with whom she formed the duo, Ma La Pert. She will 
be here in person for this very special event, presenting AN GL…ACHT as well as 
other short moving-image works, with live musical accompaniment. CaoimhÌn 
Breathnach & Jennifer Walshe AN GL…ACHT (2015, 30 min, digital) With additional 
works to be announced!

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

9/10
Denver, CO: GLOB
7:30, 3551 Brighton Blvd
SHAPED BY LANDSCAPE: JASON HALPRIN IN PERSON!
Join us for a very special night as we welcome the celebrated Pueblo--raised 
and Oakland--based JASON HALPRIN to Denver, with live musical accompaniment by 
PROJECT SALT!! Working in SMALL--GAUGE FILM and ARCHIVAL VIDEO and employing 
techniques from OPTICAL PRINTING to TIME--LAPSE and HAND--PROCESSING, Halprinís 
preoccupations range from amusement parks and nostalgia to tourism and 
histoirical revisionism to musings on 9/11. In Halprinís own words: ìMy work 
explores the way humans are affected by their immediate surroundings, and how 
the shape of a location can impact social interaction and culture... Cities and 
wilderness both open cereberal pathways that might otherwise not be taken... as 
for me, I am haunted by landscape.î

9/10
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
SHOW & TELL: DAVID DANIELS
During the golden era of MTV, David Daniels directed everything from sparkling 
animation highlights for Peter Gabrielís groundbreaking music video BIG TIME 
(1986) to now-classic station bumpers. Working many seasons as a cameraman and 
animator on PEE WEEíS PLAYHOUSE, his distinctive Strata Cut work would also 
shine in show openings for MTVís THE IDIOT BOX (1990-91), the title sequence 
for the feature length film FREAKED (1993), an insane 40-number countdown for 
SESAME STREET, and reverse-animated stop motion clips for Michael Jacksonís 
MOONWALKER (1988). While in art school at CalArts (MFA, 1983), Daniels 
re-invented conventionally understood clay animation into something completely 
fresh and brain-boggling. Using clay as spatially pre-programmed motion 
sculpture blocks, he mastered a process by which he invisibly peeled back 
colorful thin deli meat slices to reveal a highly textured interior cauldron of 
ëpsychomorphicí kinetic (ins)animation. This method, which heís
continued to work with, is powerfully ëwovení in geometric time/space to be 
both visually seductive and actively frantic when cut apart, a frame at a time. 
He forces narrative clarity out of rolling sheets of rainbow hailstorms and 
flowing surfaces of confetti confusion. His graduate thesis film BUZZ BOX 
(1985), which took four years to complete, was conceived as a total visual 
assault that mimics the blast of images projected daily by the media extended 
over a week of strata-cut animated bursts. The effect is at once fluid and 
jarring. Presented at the Kitchen in 1986, it remains both experimental and 
state of the art even today. For this Show & Tell program we welcome Daniels to 
Anthology to present a plethora of nuggets from the last 30 years, including a 
treasure-chest of rarities, behind-the-scenes ëhow toí videos, 
computer-generated strata tests, real un-cut clay blocks, and some live 
time/sculpture examples. ìNew viewers began to look at my work as somehow 
computer
generated, which defeats the purpose of blowing peopleís minds, no? But during 
the 80s and early 90s the mind-eff was self evident ñ how the *bleep* was this 
actually made?î ñDavid Daniels The program will include: BUZZ BOX (1985/2005, 
9.5 min, video) ACID TRIP (2000, 40 sec, video) PEE WEEíS PLAYHOUSE COLUMBUS 
(1987, 30 sec, video) PEE WEEíS PLAYHOUSE 4th of JULY (1987, 20 sec, video) 
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL (1990, 30 sec, video) MICHAEL JACKSONSíS ABC (1988, 15 
sec, video) IDIOT BOX (Title Sequence) (1991, 40 sec, video) PETER GABRIELíS 
BIG TIME INTRO (1986, 30 sec, video) BIG TIME STRATA CUTS (excerpts) (1986, 30 
sec, video) CLEARASIL (1995, 20 sec, video) MTV ëPIECE OF CAKEí (1993, 10 sec, 
video) NBC LOGO (1993, 10 sec, video) OH NO NOT THEM (1990, 20 sec, video) 
SEASAME STREET 1 TO 40 (1990, 90 sec, video) And much, much more! Total running 
time: ca. 80 min, plus brief Strata-Cut Demo, and Q&A.

9/10
San Francisco, California: Other Cinema
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8:30 PM, 992 Valencia St.
PUNK VAUDEVILLE: YARD DOGS ROAD SHOW + CIRCUS DELIRIUM
An authentic first-person account of the Performing Life! With cameo 
appearances by Ken Kesey, Michael Franti, and Speed Levitch, director Flecher 
Fleurdujon (in person) manages to capture thee genuine San Fran spirit in his 
rag-tag troupeís audacious risk-taking, insane ingenuity, and joyous community. 
This home-grown feature details how a gang of poets and musicians turned a pile 
of puppets into an international touring New Vaudeville sensation, the Yard 
Dogs. Flecher, Zebu Recchia, and Miguel Strong gathered up a freaky tribe of 
musicians, jugglers, and nu- burlesk dancers who embodied the Wild West 
underground tradition, who barely survived 2 tech crunches, and then who 
summoned up the guts to take their Dionysian carnival on the road in a big 
magic bus! Season-opener is set up with a sampling of vintage circus shorts, 
Incredibly Strange Music (live and on 16mm), and a free- champagne reception 
for OtherZine#31.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2016

9/11
Austin, Texas 78752: Experimental Response Cinema
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3pm, AFS Cinema, 6226 Middle Fiskville Rd
CHANTAL AKERMAN: EARLY WORKS: JEANNE DIELMAN, 23, QUAI DU COMMERCE, 1080 
BRUXELLES
France, 1975, DCP, 201 min. In French with English Subtitles. Chantal Akermanís 
spare and minimal masterpiece shows us three days in the life of Jeanne Dielman 
(Delphine Seyrig), a widowed housewife who cooks, cleans, shops and performs 
sex work to support herself and her son until a deviation from the routine 
produces a tragic result.

9/11
Oakland: Shapeshifters Cinema
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7:30-10PM, Temescal Art Center, 511 48th St
SHAPESHIFTERS CINEMA PRESENTS THAD POVEY AND MARK TAYLOR WITH HENRY PLOTNICK
The Octoplayer is a sound and performance sculpture that plays eight vinyl 
records at once. The machine simultaneously (and independently) came in dreams 
to artist-tinkerers Thad Povey and Mark Taylor in late 2010. After comparing 
their separate visions and sketches, the two decided to collaborate on the 
design and fabrication of the shared hallucination. This program, titled 
Chronicle of a Dream Device, features a selection of recent videos by Povey and 
Taylor, some newly imagined with live Octoplayer accompaniment. The evening 
includes a special guest appearance by improvisational keyboard wunderkind, 
Henry Plotnick.
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