Found Footage Collection, "Radical Light", Shows Tonight @ Victoria Theatre
In the Bay Area's everlasting spirit of DIY, spontaneous anti-Art the Beat, Hippie and punk generations have left in their wake, the phenomenon of found footage filmmaking lives on in the screening of Radical Light: Bay Area Found Footage--from Junk to Funk to Punk at the Victoria Theatre tonight at 7:30 pm.
Curated by Craig Baldwin, almost a dozen imaginative short films spanning several decades will be shown as part of SF Cinematheque's exploration of bricolage art. Look for Dean Snider's Stink (1984), William Farley's Being (1975), Bruce Conner's Cosmic Ray (1961), Gibbs Chapman's an examination of exhibits A(1) through E(5) and many more shining across the silver screen.
- The Good, The Bad and the Bizarre: Q&A with Nick Prueher of Found Footage Festival
- Found Footage Festival: Exposing The Weird World of Forgotten VHS Tapes
- Seven Homegrown Gems from the Found Footage Festival
- Tranny Rock God John Cameron Mitchell at the Victoria Theatre
- "The Radical Camera" at CJM Shows the Camera's Evolution Into a Device for Social Activism