Canyon Cinema Pop-Up – Opening Reception December 4, 2013

Posted November 25th, 2013 in Announcements, Canyon Cinema Pop-Up, Events and Screenings, News / Events

The Canyon Cinema Pop-Up, is a three week occupation of Kadist Art Foundation‘s storefront space (3285 20th Street in San Francisco, CA) in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission district. The initiative presents a broad selection from Canyon’s deep history, made accessible to the viewing public in the form of a video-library-loan program.

The public is invited to browse through and loan up to three titles from a collection of over 150 DVDs from over 50 filmmakers that showcase the breadth and strengths of Canyon Cinema. Visually modeled on the video rental store, the Canyon Cinema Pop-Up stays true to the aesthetics of Canyon’s past, while it argues for the relevance and visual experience of film in a networked future.

In the room adjacent to the Pop-up there is a micro-cinema designed to enable visitors to instantly preview some of the works available for loan. It will also be used for the presentation of 16mm screening programs and discussions by local filmmakers and scholars. Click HERE to find out how it works, the hours of operation and participating filmmakers.

Pop-Up Special Events and Film Screenings

Special Events

Wednesday, December 4th | Opening night Reception and Screening  | 6:00 – 9:00 pm

6:30 & 8:00 pm |  Line Describing a Cone (Anthony McCall, 1973, 16mm)

6:45 & 8:20 pm | Three by Cornell: Cotillion, Children’s Party, Midnight Party (Joseph Cornell & Lawrence Jordan, 1940s, 16mm)

7:05 pm |  Triage  (Michael Snow, Carl Brown, Sound Composition: John Kamevaar, 2 x 16mm)

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Saturday, December 7th |  5:00 pm

Critical Mass

live performance with Emile O’Hara and Nick Huff

by Kerry Tribe

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Film Screenings

Saturday, December 14 | 5:00 pm

Clowns, Japes, Jokes and other Funny Business from Canyon Cinema

presented by Jeff Lambert

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Wednesday, December 18 | 7:00 pm

Exception to the Rule

presented by Janis Crystal Lipzin and Denah Johnston


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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