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Saturday, April 21, 2018, 8:30 pm, $7
X~peri~MENTAL ANIMATION

APRIL21: COLBURN + GALLAGHER + GEISER + QUILLIAN + For the second of our SisPics diptych, AND to close our animation double-header, we’ve assembled a veritable mothership of animators–almost all women—making this showcase a regular on OC calendars! Featured is the West Coast debut of Martha Colburn’s Rotterdam-selected Western Wilds, her account of Karl May–the German writer who made the Western novel a fixture on European bookshelves–that turns into an auto-bio... Read more »

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Back by popular demand Hanky Code The Movie with special short film Cruising Elsewhere preceding. Bringing Queer Sexy back to San Francisco. Cruising Elsewhere Whatever happened to Wohler Beach? Oral histories and spectral pornography resurrect memories of a once legendary Russian River gay beach in this sexy short. Dir. Ryan White 13 Min. Hanky Code… Read more »


The House On Lucky Street (Indiegogo)

Indiegogo: https://www.igg.me/at/LuckyStreet THE HOUSE ON LUCKY STREET This newest short film was written by award-winning filmmaker, SHANI HECKMAN (Wrong Bathroom & America’s Most Unwanted) and blends documentary with fictional story-telling to tell this unique ghost story centered around displacement in San Francisco. THE HOUSE ON LUCKY STREET is a short film about the last two residents in the haunted Victorian at 13… Read more »


ATA co presents  LAST MAN IN DHAKA CENTRAL at 3rd i’s annual Film Festival

ATA co presents  LAST MAN IN DHAKA CENTRAL at 3rd i’s annual Film Festival SUNDAY NOV 12TH , 5:00 PM NEW PEOPLE CINEMA, SF Filmmaker in Person! Filmmaker Naeem Mohaiemen brings his razor-sharp critique and keen awareness of global politics to the conversation, as he probes Peter Custers, a Dutch journalist who traveled half-way across the world to… Read more »


ATA co-presents at 3rd i South Asian Film Festival

 Kaul (A Calling) Saturday November 12 @ 1:00 pm  (Screening @ Castro Theatre) Aadish Keluskar’s bold and innovative “Kaul” can only be described as a truly transformative cinematic experience. Deeply inspired by the films of Tarkovsky and Bela Tarr, and firmly rooted in a Marathi milieu, Keluskar delivers a uniquely visceral film that brings equal… Read more »


SF Cinematheque and Gray Area present: Perpetual Motion

September 16–December 7, 2016 Gray Area / Grand Theater  2665 Mission Street  San Francisco PERPETUAL MOTION Perpetual Motionis the most comprehensive convergence of international performance cinema practitioners ever assembled in the Bay Area. Presented over seven evenings September 16–December 7, 2016, with all artists performing in person, this series is curated by San Francisco Cinematheque… Read more »


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