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Dominic Angerame's Short Experimental Films Screening
Dominic Angerame's Short Experimental Films Screening

Sat, Aug 24


Clarion Performing Arts Center

Dominic Angerame's Short Experimental Films Screening

A Journey of Time.

Time & Location

Aug 24, 2024, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Clarion Performing Arts Center, 2 Waverly Pl, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA

About the Event

Aeon, War Zone, Robert Fulton, Memory of Kurt Kren, Forest Lawn Cemetery, Last Temptation, Democratic Convention 1984, Papa John Creach, Waterfall, Khorosho, Flashbacks, Have Another Espresso, Battle Stations, San Francisco Art Institute (A Ghost Story)

Dominic Angerame's works search for unfamiliar views of seemingly familiar things: cities, landscapes, faces, and bodies. The filmmaker's desire to make everyday images "strange" at the editing table, to learn to see them fresh and to estrange them from our senses, makes his films seem-in all the different social realities they contain-always distanced as well, as if they led to another world beyond the concrete, beyond time and defined space. In Angerame's films, which pay homage to films from early cinema and the classic avant garde to American underground films of the 1960s and 70s and non-narrative films of the present day, an amazingly comprehensive history of the "visionary" moving image is always present. It may be that precisely his refusal to adopt a signature style has diminished the immediate influence of Angerame's films; however, Angerame's decision to work "universally," not to be swayed by considerations of the art market, and to experiment with very different styles increases the pedagogical worth of his films. It's not surprising to learn that Angerame, born in 1949, teaches at several American schools in addition to having served as the executive director of the American avant garde distribution center Canyon Cinema from 1980 to 2012. His films testify to an encyclopedic knowledge of film-and also his desire to satisfy, with his own audio-visual offerings, the very different desires of his audience.”—Pat Matthews, Long Island Free Press.

More info about the artist here.

Tickets are not required for entry. Donations are greatly appreciated.

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$6 all-day parking at St. Mary’s Square Garage


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