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Archive for April 2011 | Monthly archive page

Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 10: The Observers curated by Jonathan Marlow Sunday, May 15 at 7:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission Co-presented with Fandor

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Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 9: the realms of transience curated by Steve Polta Sunday, May 15 at 4:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission Sponsored

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Apr 25

CROSSROADS, Program 8: Playback curated by Lauren Sorensen Sunday, May 15 at 2:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission [Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. A program made up of musicality and shape-shiftings, this nest of films and videos tie together disparate themes and atmospheres, following a tonal thread that is

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Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 7: Apparent Motion–Celebrating the Art of Projection Saturday, May 14 at 8:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission Sponsored by Ninkasi

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Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 6: Celebrating Robert Nelson Saturday, May 14 at 4:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission Robert Nelson is a Bay Area

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Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 5: Two Roads Diverged curated by Jonathan Marlow Saturday, May 14 at 2:30pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission “Two roads

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Apr 25

[Tickets:members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 4: Observers Observed curated by Jonathan Marlow Saturday, May 14 at 12 noon Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street at Mission “Space, like

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Apr 25

[Tickets: members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 3: The Chilling Montage of Crimson Repression! Curated by Steve Polta Friday, May 13 at 9pm Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street

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Apr 25

[Tickets: members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. CROSSROADS, Program 2: The Sublime is Now: Films of Jeanne Liotta Jeanne Liotta in person Friday, May 13 at 7pm Victoria Theatre 2961

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Apr 25

[Tickets: members: $5 / non-members: $10] Order advance tickets here. [Festival Pass: members: $30/ non-members: $50] Festival Pass provides a single admission to every screening in Crossroads Order a Festival Pass here. curated by Steve Anker and Steve Polta Thursday, May 12 at 7pm San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 151 Third Street CROSSROADS opens

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Apr 04

Presented in association with Pacific Film Archive and the 49th San Francisco International Film Festival Curated by Vanessa O’Neill and Kathy Geritz Dive into a program featuring recent experimental cinema that observes the world subjectively, drifting between rural and urban landscapes, expansive deserts and watery depths, interspersed with contemplations of historical events, from the sinking

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