||NEW OTHERZINE #32 IS LIVE NOW, FOR Fall '17!|
|Welcome to our website for our ongoing series of experimental cinema in San Francisco. We show films every Saturday at ATA Gallery, 992 Valencia (@ 21st). Showtime 8:30pm, admission* $7.|
|OCT28: PORTLAND PIXILATION: HEIT + POPP + HOUGH|
OC welcomes Oregon animation maven Laura Heit, with a “Best Of” selection of single-frame work from her Portland hometown! A hands-on artist partial to puppets, Heit offers an entrée into the DIY aesthetic of the Pacific Northwest, where the art-form has always flourished. And so to her Rover’s Eye (Mars imaging!), Apollo Six (cut-outs of the failed flight), Two Ways Down (fall into underworld), and Deep Dark (song-cycle of projected shadows). PLUS Ben Popp’s Coastal Observations (shoreline flipbook), Juxtaposition (sensual foray from S8mm), HearNW (rhythmic synesthesia), and East Lake San Souci (Super16mm in the track area). Thirdly, Kurtis Hough honors us with his Cryosphere (tears against global warming), Painted Hills (the geometry of geology), To See More Light (elemental/cosmic), and Some Trees (poetic short). BONUS: 16mm ‘toons for trick ‘r treat goblin gobblin’!
OtherZine Issue #32, Spring 2017
“Cinemas of Resistance”We are very pleased to have with us two pioneering minds in film, luminaries of the Other Cinema: archivist/lecturer and maker, the one and only Rick Prelinger on access to archives, and feminist filmmaker/director Lynne Sachs on the Womens’ March on Washington 2017 and her personal compendium of “cinemas of resistance”.
We welcome two new contributors to this issue: writer/filmmaker Joseph Dwyer on Petri and Kluge, and curator/writer/filmmaker Shelby Shaw on contradictions in the image industry. Many thanks to all of our other wonderful, free-thinking contributors: Dan Browne, David Cox, Gerry Fialka and Will Nediger, Molly Hankwitz, Marc Olmsted, and Anna Spence. And, to everyone else who gave their time for interviews and commentary, many thanks!
Start reading here!!: http://www.othercinema.com/otherzine/