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Laura Kraning: Spectral Landscapes (#anchor12) [September 26, Los Angeles, CA]

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Black Maria Film Festival (Jersey City, NJ, USA; Deadline: October 15, 2016)
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Events are sorted alphabetically BY CITY within each DATE.

This week's programs (summary):
* Event #1 - Paul Clipson: A Collection of Super 8 & 16mm Films (#anchor1) 
[September 24, Akron]
* Live! Ken Jacobs Nervous Magic Lantern W/ Dinmachine Plus Guests Hosted By 
Amoda and Antumbrae Intermedia Events (#anchor2) [September 24, Austin, Texas 
78702]
* Trinh T. Minh-Ha: Forgetting vietnam (#anchor3) [September 24, Los Angeles, 
California]
* Sept.24: Hidden Rhythms + Jeremy Rourke + Colburn + (#anchor4) [September 24, 
San Francisco, California]
* Filming Oil Refineries In Texas: Screening and Roundtable With Tania Mouraud 
(#anchor5) [September 25, Houston, Texas 77005]
* The Films of Eva Marie RøDbro (#anchor6) [September 25, Los Angeles, 
California]
* Essential Cinema: Kubelka/Len Lye Program (#anchor7) [September 25, New York, 
New York]
* Germaine Dulac Program (#anchor8) [September 25, New York, New York]
* Essential Cinema: Kuchar Program (#anchor9) [September 25, New York, New York]
* Bruce Baillie (#anchor10) [September 25, San Francisco, California 94103]
* Liahona, 2013 (#anchor11) [September 26, Columbus, OH]
* Laura Kraning: Spectral Landscapes (#anchor12) [September 26, Los Angeles, CA]
* Barbara Hammer's visionary Lesbian Cinema (#anchor13) [September 28, Tucson]
* Josh Lewis & Simon Liu (#anchor14) [September 29, Chicago, Illinois 60642]
* Re-Visions: Bradley Eros Program 1 (#anchor15) [September 29, New York, New 
York]
* Barbara Hammer: One Film For Each Decade (#anchor16) [September 29, Tucson, 
AZ]
* Lewis Klahr: Circumstantial Pleasures (#anchor17) [September 29, Zurich, 
Switzerland]
* Re-Visions: Bradley Eros Program 2 (#anchor18) [September 30, New York, New 
York]
* Job Posting - Executive Director - Cineworks Vancouver (#anchor19) [September 
30, Vancouver, British Columbia]
* Oct.1: Tony Conrad + John Davis + Cyrus Tabar + (#anchor20) [October 1, San 
Francisco, California]
* Scott Stark: the Realist, 2013, Plus Additional Shorts (#anchor21) [October 
3, Columbus, OH]

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016

9/24
Akron: Rubicon Cinema
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8pm, Blue Sky Studio, 943 Dopler St.,, Akron, Ohio 44303
EVENT #1 - PAUL CLIPSON: A COLLECTION OF SUPER 8 & 16MM FILMS
Clipson's super 8 and 16mm films combine densely layered in-camera edited 
studies of figurative and abstract environments...conversing with temporal 
qualities of musical composition and live performance. The program will 
include: Absteigend (2012) Super 8mm, B&W, 7 minutes, music by Evan Caminiti, 
Union (2010) Super 8mm, sound, 14 min., color/b&w, music by Jefre 
Cantu-Ledesma, Another Void (2013) Super 8mm, color, 10 minutes, music by Jefre 
Cantu-Ledesma, Landscape Dissolves (2012) Super 8mm, color/B&W, 6 minutes, 
music by Alex Cobb, Other States (2013) Super 8mm, color, 7 minutes, music by 
Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, Bright Mirror (2013) Super 8mm, color/B&W, 9 minutes, 
music by Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, The Liquid Casket / Wilderness of Mirrors (2014) 
16mm, color/B&W, 7.5 minutes, music by Lawrence English, Made of Air (2014) 
16mm, color/B&W, 11 minutes, music by Grouper, Lighthouse (2015) 16mm, 
color/B&W, 5 minutes, music by King Midas Sound/Fennesz. Rubicon will host a 
Q&A with
Clipson after the show.

9/24
Austin, Texas 78702: Antumbrae Intermedia Events
8 PM - 9:30 PM, 2400 E Cesar Chavez Suite 202
LIVE! KEN JACOBS NERVOUS MAGIC LANTERN W/ DINMACHINE PLUS GUESTS HOSTED BY 
AMODA AND ANTUMBRAE INTERMEDIA EVENTS
Ken Jacobs Nervous Magic Lantern LIVE Abstract 3D light projections from a 
unique self-built projector system operated by the filmmaker with live original 
scores by diNMachine, Steve Parker, Rick Reed and Tara Bhattacharya Reed. 
Curated by Tara Bhattacharya Reed / Rick Reed. @Antumbrae Intermedia Events + 
Installations and AMODA (Austin Museum of Digital Art) with thanks to Todd 
Simmons.https://www.facebook.com/ Antumbrae Optic Antics Festival information: 
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rmance-tickets-27518761356 #tickets Before the invention of celluloid, 
travelling showmen would mesmerise audiences with magic lantern shows, using 
the simple apparatus of a lamp, lens and painted slides to illustrate 
phantasmagorical stories or moralist tales. Far from being a novelty revival of 
Victorian parlour entertainment, Ken Jacobs' Nervous Magic Lantern is 
astonishingly radical. Projecting hand-crafted, impasto collages with
a bright theatrical lamp, Jacobs sculpts light into organic, abstract forms and 
uses flicker to propel them into deep space, conjuring 3D illusions and 
unimaginable visual phenomena...performed in collaboration with experimental 
musicians. "Along with magician's assistant Flo, I have presented live 
film-performance since 1975 but other spectacles before that, including 3D 
shadowplay (with shadows reaching into the audience), in an ongoing 
investigation of "expanded cinema". This will be a performance with the Nervous 
Magic Lantern, a device so elemental it puts us in the running with the very 
earliest inventors of cinema. You will see Abstract Expressionism in depth, 
monster-creations of dark and light forming and reforming without film or 
electronics, live! and without 3D spectacles but with 3D available to be seen 
even by the single-eyed. A projection of evolving and moving, twisting and 
turning dimensional forms that could've happened before the invention of film, 
though
Abstract-Expressionism had to come first to prepare minds. Light will pulse 
throughout, not to everyone's pleasure, but no pulse/no hallucination. (Do not 
prepare with drugs, the Nervous Magic Lantern is the drug.") -Ken Jacobs, 2014

9/24
Los Angeles, California: Redcat
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8:30pm, 631 W. 2ND Street
TRINH T. MINH-HA: FORGETTING VIETNAM
Forty years after the Vietnam War, what remains, for those living in exile, and 
for those who stayed, of the country once called đất nứớc vạn xuân-the land 
of 10,000 springs? Mythologically born of a fragile equilibrium between land 
and water, Vietnam now faces a balancing act no less precarious. Is she doomed 
to become a Benjaminian image, in touristic snapshots, in diasporic nostalgia? 
Or is she reborn in a to-and-fro between traditions linked to the solid earth, 
and the liquid changes of rapid globalization? Through exquisitely composed 
images and a shimmering soundtrack, Trinh T. Minh-ha (re)constructs the country 
of her birth as lost in multiple layers of remembrance and oblivion, while the 
specter of America's most divisive war remains both present and all too easy to 
forget.South Korea/Vietnam/USA, 2015, digital, 90 min. Directed, Written and 
Edited: Trinh T. Minh-ha. In person: Trinh T. Minh-ha

9/24
San Francisco, California: OtherFilm
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8:30 PM, 992 Valencia St.
SEPT.24: HIDDEN RHYTHMS + JEREMY ROURKE + COLBURN +
An eye-poppin’ program of Pixilation Prodigies that includes TWO live 
performances!!: Bryan Boyce, Adrianne Finelli, and octogenerian Jackie Jones 
stage a shadow-play that animates the Hidden Rhythms of the grand dame’s 
singing saw…AND Jeremy Rourke debuts his Djerassi-seeded magnum opus Falling 
Piano Piece, another record-toppling live-musical animation, a genre he 
practicallyre-invents every outing! PLUS North American premiere of Martha 
Colburn’s sex-ed Pug Adventures, West Coast debut of Kelly Gallagher’s latest 
(on Lucy Parsons), Kelly Sears’ In the Vicinity, Janie Geiser’s Ghost Algebra, 
Ja’Tovia Gary/Alice Coltrane’s An Ecstatic Experience, James Braithwaite’s I 
Met the Walrus, and a pair of brain-fryers by Jake Fried. Free toast’n’jam of 
course. *$8.88

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2016

9/25
Houston, Texas 77005: Rice Cinema
5:30 PM - 7 PM , 6100 Main St
FILMING OIL REFINERIES IN TEXAS: SCREENING AND ROUNDTABLE WITH TANIA MOURAUD
In conjunction with her new exhibition "Everyday Ogres" at The University of 
Texas at Austin’s Visual Arts Center, visiting French artist Tania Mouraud will 
present and discuss a selection of her works, including the newly commissioned 
video and sound installation FATA MORGANA. Filmed at night at an oil refinery 
in Pasadena, TX, FATA MORGANA captures a haunting vision of Texas’ metal cities 
filled with toxic smoke and threatening power. It follows from Mouraud's other 
videos, which bring to life the immensity of environmental industrial sites 
around the world to audiences often removed from a direct experience of such 
sites’ force and intensity. Mouraud will be joined by Rice Professors Dominic 
Boyer and Joseph Campana and by curator Allison Myers for a roundtable 
conversation after the screening.

9/25
Los Angeles, California: Filmforum
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7:30 pm, LACE, 6522 Hollywood Blvd.
THE FILMS OF EVA MARIE RøDBRO
Filmmaker Eva Marie Rødbro in person from Denmark! Note the change from our 
usual location. With a skillful eye and generous spirit, photographer and 
filmmaker Eva Marie Rødbro fashions an intimate and utterly unique view into 
the lives of various contemporary youths from her native Denmark to the 
American South. Her films remind us of the fervor, awkwardness and often 
painful experience of adolescent life while savoring the sweet, contemplative 
moments that are often overlooked in memories. For her first ever in-person 
program in Los Angeles, Filmforum surveys Rødbro’s films made over the past 
eight years, showcasing her remarkable ability to construct intoxicating 
narratives from acutely recorded observations, and marked by a startling 
intimacy with her subjects. - Becca Keating, Los Angeles Filmforum, 2016 
Tickets: $10 general, $6 students/seniors; free for Filmforum members. 
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9/25
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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5:45 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
ESSENTIAL CINEMA: KUBELKA/LEN LYE PROGRAM
Peter Kubelka MOSAIK IM VERTRAUEN / MOSAIC IN CONFIDENCE (1955, 16 min, 35mm, 
b&w/color) ADEBAR (1957, 1 min, 35mm, b&w) SCHWECHATER (1958, 1 min, 35mm) 
ARNULF RAINER (1960, 7 min, 35mm, b&w) UNSERE AFRIKAREISE / OUR TRIP TO AFRICA 
(1966, 12 min, 16mm) PAUSE (1977, 12 min, 16mm) [PAUSE is not part of the 
Essential Cinema collection, but we include it here as a special bonus.] “Peter 
Kubelka is the perfectionist of the film medium; and, as I honor that quality 
above all others at this time finding such a lack of it now elsewhere, I would 
simply like to say: Peter Kubelka is the world’s greatest filmmaker – which is 
to say, simply: see his films!…by all means/above all else…etcetera.” –Stan 
Brakhage Len Lye TUSALAVA (1929, 10 min, 16mm, b&w, silent) TRADE TATTOO (1937, 
5 min, 16mm) RHYTHM (1957, 1 min, 16mm, b&w) FREE RADICALS (1958/79, 4 min, 
16mm, b&w) A giant of experimental animation, Len Lye was born in New Zealand 
in 1901. He moved to England in the 1920s and subsequently
to New York in 1944, where he spent the last 40 years of his life. A pioneer of 
‘scratch’ or ‘direct’ filmmaking, Lye used various tools to mark patterns, 
shapes, and images directly onto the film’s surface, and often explored the 
dynamic energy of abstract images propelled into life by lively jazz scores or 
Pacific-inspired rhythms. Total running time: ca. 55 min.

9/25
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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6:00 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
GERMAINE DULAC PROGRAM
See notes for Sept. 17, 9:00 pm.

9/25
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
ESSENTIAL CINEMA: KUCHAR PROGRAM
All films preserved by Anthology with support from the National Film 
Preservation Foundation. George & Mike Kuchar THE NAKED AND THE NUDE (1957, 36 
min, 8mm-to-16mm) The oldest surviving Kuchar mini-epic, this patriotic WWII 
period piece (made by high schoolers) chronicles the desires and destinies of 
carnal appetites on the front line. “Big…Rousing…Memorable! The incredible war 
saga of our own boys in a Jap-infested jungle in the Botanical Gardens. Hear 
Lloyd Thorner sing the title song. You’ll come out whistling from both ends.” 
–G.K. George & Mike Kuchar PUSSY ON A HOT TIN ROOF (1961, 14 min, 8mm-to-16mm) 
“It glows with the embers of desire! It smokes with the revelation of men and 
women longing for robust temptations that will make them sizzle into maturity 
with a furnace-blast of unrestrained animalism. A film for young and old to 
enjoy.” –G.K. Mike Kuchar BORN OF THE WIND (1962, 24 min, 8mm-to-16mm) 
Preserved by Anthology through the Avant-Garde Masters program funded
by the Film Foundation and administered by the National Film Preservation 
Foundation. Special thanks to Cineric, Inc. “A tender and realistic story of a 
scientist who falls in love with a mummy he has restored to life… 2,000 years 
as a mummy couldn’t quench her thirst for love!” –G.K. George & Mike Kuchar 
TOOTSIES IN AUTUMN (1963, 15 min, 8mm-to-16mm) A cautionary tale about 
past-their-prime thespians caught up in a typically Kucharian vortex of 
madness. Total running time: ca. 95 min. [THE NAKED AND THE NUDE and BORN OF 
THE WIND are not part of the Essential Cinema collection, but they are included 
here as a special bonus.]

9/25
San Francisco, California 94103: The Lab
7 PM - 9:30 PM, 2948 16th St
BRUCE BAILLIE
7pm Doors / 7:30pm Bruce Baillie Introduction and Films $10 General / Free for 
members Login or register via the link above to reserve seats Filmmaker Bruce 
Baillie will present the premiere of Spring (2016) for Jefferson Sunflower 
along with a selection of video works completed over the past 26 years. The 
program to include: Les Memoires d'un ange; Spring (2016) for Jefferson 
Sunflower; P 38 Pilot; I Wish I Knew; The Cardinal's Return; Study Reel (The 
Baillies, '02) By Sami Van Ingen (Finland); Dr. Bish's Birthday by Tung; Roy 
Eldridge; -and a few more surprises

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2016

9/26
Columbus, OH: Beeler Gallery Film Series
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8pm, 60 Cleveland Ave.
LIAHONA, 2013
Liahona is an experimental documentary examining the culture, history, and 
lived experience of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, often 
referred to as the Mormon faith. The film creates a portrait of Mormonism 
through documentation of LDS cultural dominance in Utah, the suppressed history 
of folk magic in the early church, landmark Mormon life experiences, and 
Sanders’ personal history and connection to the church. Director: Talena 
Sanders. Runtime: 70 minutes. Filmmaker Talena Sanders will introduce the film, 
and a Q&A will follow the screening.

9/26
Los Angeles, CA: Redcat
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8:30 PM - 11:30 PM, Roy and Edna Disney Theater
LAURA KRANING: SPECTRAL LANDSCAPES
"Esoteric archeology." - Visions du Réel "A spectral quality characterizes all 
the images and sounds." - Millenium Film Journal. Los Angeles Premieres. Laura 
Kraning combines richly detailed imagery and sound to transform unseen places 
into liminal landscapes of the imagination. Plays of light and movement 
specific to each location summon what is absent in the visible-the past that 
continues to haunt the present. Her program of shorts takes us to the last Los 
Angeles drive-in, a flood-control dam with a fire-scarred history, a boatyard 
of bygone dramas, a mirrored field of watchful machines. Her work has 
previously screened at the New York, Ann Arbor, Edinburgh, Rotterdam and 
Visions du Réel festivals, among other venues. In person: Laura Kraning

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2016

9/28
Tucson: Exploded View Microcinema
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7:30, 197 E Toole Ave
BARBARA HAMMER’S VISIONARY LESBIAN CINEMA
(Barbara Hammer in person) Co-presented by the University of Arizona LGBT 
Institute $10, $6 with UA ID We are thrilled to host Barbara Hammer who is 
perhaps the greatest and most prolific living “first generation” lesbian 
experimental filmmaker. Uncompromising and innovative, a visual artist working 
primarily in film and video, Barbara Hammer has made over 80 moving image works 
in a career that spans 40 years. Tonight we will screen a program of Hammer’s 
films that sample her trailblazing political and aesthetic practice from the 
1970’s to the present. Films will include Dyketactics, No No Nooky TV, Sanctus, 
Maya Deren’s Sink and more.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

9/29
Chicago, Illinois 60642: The Nightingale
http:// nightingalecinema.org/ josh-lewis-simon-liu/ (http:// 
nightingalecinema.org/ josh-lewis-simon-liu/ )
7 PM - 9 PM, 1084 N Milwaukee Ave
JOSH LEWIS & SIMON LIU
Recent 16mm Films from Negativland Lab Filmmakers in attendance! The 
Nightingale welcomes Josh Lewis & Simon Liu as they interweave a selection of 
their 16mm films made by hand at Negativland MPL, an artist-run film lab in New 
York City, overlapping in their affinity for experimental processing and 
printing techniques. With Lewis working predominantly in direct chemical 
manipulation of exposed film surfaces, and Liu utilizing a roaming 
impressionistic camera paired with multiple passes on a contact printer, the 
program establishes the centrality of the Film Lab both as an epistemic concept 
and as a practical mode of production. Each film emerges out of a continual and 
rapid cycle of exposing, processing, projecting, repeat. As such, the films 
here are rarely the culmination of a process, but rather worthy points 
extracted from ongoing lines of investigation. TRT: 90 min. Program Details: 
Pillager 2011 / 16mm / B&W / Optical Sound / 3:30 min. (Josh Lewis) Chorus 2015 
/ 16mm /
Color / Silent / 17 min. (Josh Lewis) The Marshes 2016 / 16mm / Color / Sound / 
11 min. (Simon Liu) Doubt 3 & 4 2013 / 16mm / Color / Optical Sound / 6 min. 
(Josh Lewis) Shuffle Cove 2016 / 16mm / Color / Sound / 8 min. (Simon Liu) The 
Past is Past [but there is something now that I regret like I was about to do 
it] 2015 / 16mm Dual Projection / B&W / Silent / 6 min. (Josh Lewis) Harbour 
City 2015 / 16mm Dual Projection / Color + B&W / Sound / 14 min. (Simon Liu) I 
Guess It's Always Been That Way, I Don't Know Whether That's Important Or Not. 
2016 [Work In Progress] / 16mm Triple Projection / Color / Silent / 10 min. 
(Simon Liu) Doubt 8 & 9 2013 / 16mm / Color / Silent / 6 min. (Josh Lewis)

9/29
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
RE-VISIONS: BRADLEY EROS PROGRAM 1
7:30 PM RE-VISIONS: EROTIC PSYCHE: BRADLEY EROS & ALINE MARE (WORKS: 1983-87) 
Share + This screening is part of: RE-VISIONS: AMERICAN EXPERIMENTAL FILM 
1975-90 Film Notes FILMMAKER IN PERSON! In many ways an animating spirit and 
catalyzing agent of the NYC underground film scene from the 1980s to the 
present day, Bradley Eros’s work encompasses filmmaking, expanded cinema 
performances, curating, writing, sound, and collage, among other more 
uncategorizable activities. Eros first became known as one half of Erotic 
Psyche, a filmmaking and performance collaboration with artist Aline Mare. 
Though associated with the Cinema of Transgression movement then emerging from 
the East Village, the films of Erotic Psyche are notably less pulp and more 
poetic than the work of other members of that scene, closer in affinity to the 
queer-feminist sensibility of Naked Eye Cinema. Later, in the late 80s and 
early 90s, Eros joined forces with filmmaker Jeanne Liotta; their films, 
released under
the name Mediamystics, inhabit “an area somewhere between cinema and ritual, 
finding alchemy in the chemistry of body and film” (Owen O’Toole, SPOOL). An 
unflagging champion of New York’s experimental film culture (including as a 
longtime staff member at Anthology), Eros is active as a curator who, among his 
innumerable projects, co-programmed the Lower East Side microcinema, the Robert 
Beck Memorial Cinema. He also has served on the board of The Film-Makers’ 
Cooperative and, with Liotta, has conducted in-depth research on the films of 
Joseph Cornell. He exhibits with and is represented by Microscope Gallery, in 
Brooklyn. These two programs will feature brand-new preservations of the Erotic 
Psyche works, MUTABLE FIRE! and PYROTECHNICS, alongside additional Erotic 
Psyche and Mediamystics films, slide projections, and other relevant documents. 
“Out of a fierce decade of exploration (approximately 1983-92), two intense 
collaborations emerged ~ at times tender, provocative,
rapturous, subversive, and full of myth & mystery. In late 1982 began the Quest 
of the Erotic Psyche (Aline Mare and Bradley Eros), signaling ‘pleasure in 
resistance & resistance in pleasure’ through an investigation of desire and its 
discontents. This partnership thrived, seeking some kind of transmedia 
metamorphosis among the detritus of New York’s Lower East Side. In 1988, a bold 
third-mind erupted, irrepressibly concentrated as Mediamystics (Jeanne Liotta 
and Bradley Eros), initiated by the creation of myriad poetic works in film, 
video, slides, performance, sound & text, all ‘booby-trapped for revelations.’ 
They conspired to invent ‘a techgnosis as resilient as love, as exquisite as 
transformation,’ evoking a natural philosophy in action.” –Bradley Eros “Erotic 
Psyche’s richly layered tapestries of hallucinatory images are riddled with 
provocative rituals, from sex to science to surgery, that are guaranteed to 
produce frissions of pleasure.” –Ann-Sargent Wooster, VILLAGE
VOICE “They fuse the dynamics of dream, blood, fire & flesh!” –WANGLUNG, Berlin 
“Technologists of the flesh, they create hypnotic and voluptuous montages, 
reminiscent of Kenneth Anger’s mystic incantations.” –Manohla Dargis, VILLAGE 
VOICE VENUS TO PENIS (1983, 14 min, video) MUTABLE FIRE! (1984, 7.5 min, Super 
8mm-to-16mm. Preserved by Anthology Film Archives with support from the Andy 
Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the National Film Preservation 
Foundation; special thanks to Bill Brand/BB Optics.) PYROTECHNICS (1985, 10.5 
min, Super 8mm-to-16mm. Preserved by Anthology Film Archives with support from 
the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the National Film 
Preservation Foundation; special thanks to Bill Brand/BB Optics.) CASSANDRA: 
SEETHING AT THE MOUTH (1985, 6 min, video) HYSTÈRY (1985, 11 min, Super 
8mm-to-video. Soundtrack: Einstürzende Neubauten & Psychic TV.) CREATURES OF 
MYTH-TAKEN IDENTITY IN THE LABORATORY OF HYSTÈRY (1986, 6.5 min, video)
ELECTRAMORPHIC (1987, 14 min, Super 8mm-to-16mm) Total running time: ca. 75 min.

9/29
Tucson, AZ: 197 E. Toole
7pm, 197 E. Toole
BARBARA HAMMER: ONE FILM FOR EACH DECADE
Maya Deren’s Sink 30 min. 2011, Sanctus, 20 min. 1990, No No Nooky TV 12 min. 
1987, Dyketactics 4 min 1974

9/29
Zurich, Switzerland: Grieder Contemporary
6-8pm (PREVIEW), Limmatstrasse 256
LEWIS KLAHR: CIRCUMSTANTIAL PLEASURES
Grieder Contemporary is proud to present, for the first time in Switzerland, 
the work of the acclaimed American artist film maker, Lewis Klahr. This 
exhibition is a collaboration with Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, and it 
will feature the world premiere of a major new work, Circumstantial Pleasures 
(2016).

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2016

9/30
New York, New York: Anthology Film Archives
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7:30 pm, 32 2nd Ave.
RE-VISIONS: BRADLEY EROS PROGRAM 2
SOMA SEMA (1988, 13 min, Super 8mm-to-16mm) OPEN SESAME (1989, 7 min, video) 
fungus eroticus (1990, 30 min, Super 8mm-to-16mm) DERVISH MACHINE (1992, 10 
min, Super 8mm-to-16mm, b&w/color) Total running time: ca. 65 min.

9/30
Vancouver, British Columbia: Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society
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deadline: midnight PST, 300-1131 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
JOB POSTING - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - CINEWORKS VANCOUVER
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society is seeking an 
outstanding, highly motivated arts administrator to step into the role of 
Executive Director. Cineworks is a Vancouver-based artist-run production and 
exhibition centre that has been supporting independent filmmakers and media 
artists through production, exhibition and dissemination of work since 1980. 
Through initiatives that foster dialogue and experimentation we engage our 
membership and broader communities through the transformative power of the 
moving image. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is 
responsible for establishing the overall artistic and development goals for the 
society; for guiding and implementing its strategic plans; for representing the 
society to the public, funders and other stakeholders; and for planning and 
overseeing the society’s operations, which are currently run by a management 
team of three employees. The successful candidate will have
significant experience in arts administration, a strong financial management 
and fund development background, a track record of successful cultural grant 
applications, and proven leadership ability. A background in the media arts is 
an asset. For further information about this position please go to: 
http://hi-beam.us9.list-manage.com/track/click?u=e4e99825c1d97f8de6eaffad3&id=f19fc31700&e=4e65756555
 Proposed Start Date: early November 2016 Deadline for applications: September 
30-2016 Please note: this position is open to Canadian citizens or permanent 
residents only. Applicants are invited to apply by sending a cover letter and 
curriculum vitae ( pdf attachments please) via email addressed to: The Hiring 
Committee at: ad...@cineworks.ca

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2016

10/1
San Francisco, California: OtherFilm
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8:30 PM, 992 Valencia St.
OCT.1: TONY CONRAD + JOHN DAVIS + CYRUS TABAR +
Our tri-part OPTRONICA series—OC’s semi-annual fest of 
Audiovisual-Fusion--opens with a tribute to recently deceased drone demigod 
Tony Conrad, the minimalist confederate of Faust, La Monte Young, and the 
Velvet Underground. Tonight we groove both on his hypnotic 
performances—documented by SFAI grad Tyler Hubby—and on local A/V avatars John 
Davis and Cyrus Tabar, performing pieces honoring Conrad’s legacy. They 
collaborate on Tony! Tony!, a live-violin cascade of resonating overtones, 
amidst flickers of Strings instructionals. Davis also debuts an analog-synth 
score to the found Super8 sci-fi anomaly Silver Robot, as well as re-tracking a 
mid-century Soviet-tech rarity, per his obsession. Cyrus rounds out his third 
with a trio of asynchronous tracks--an oneiric take on Craig Baldwin’s 
twin-projection Milk of Amnesia (world premiere), the second an homage to Kalle 
Lasn’s undersung Ritual Tokyo, and finally, a new soundscape to Jean-Gabriel 
Periot’s meta-memorial 200,000
Phantoms. *$8

MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2016

10/3
Columbus, OH: Beeler Gallery Film Series
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8pm, 60 Cleveland Ave.
SCOTT STARK: THE REALIST, 2013, PLUS ADDITIONAL SHORTS
Filmmaker Scott Stark will introduce the film, and a Q&A will follow the 
screening. The Realist is an experimental and highly abstracted melodrama, a 
“doomed love story” storyboarded with flickering still photographs, peopled 
with department store mannequins, and located in the visually heightened 
universe of clothing displays, fashion islands, and storefront windows. 
Director: Scott Stark. Runtime: 36 minutes.
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