Now Available on DVD: Dominic Angerame’s CITYSCAPES

Posted November 11th, 2020 in Announcements, New Acquisitions, New DVDs, News / Events

A new Re:Voir release featuring nine films by Dominic Angerame, longtime 16mm chronicler of San Francisco’s urban landscape is now available for individual-use purchase:


A Ticket Home (1982, color, 11 min)
I’d Rather Be in Paris (1982, color/B&W, silent, 17 min)
Honeymoon in Reno (1984, color, 8 min)
Continuum (1987, B&W, silent, 15 min)
Deconstruction Sight (1990, B&W, 12 min)
Premonition (1995, B&W, 10 min)
Line of Fire (1997, B&W, 8 min)
In the Course of Human Events (1997, B&W, 23 min)
The Soul of Things (2010, B&W, silent, 15 min)

Includes a 20-page booklet with essay by Stefan Grissemann

“To see the city through the eyes of Dominic Angerame is to see an organic beast of concrete that sifts and breathes in rich shades of black and white.” 
– Silke Tudor, SF Weekly

Dominic Angerame / Photo by Dennis Letbetter