Archive for June 2012 | Monthly archive page

Jun 26

[San Francisco Silent Film Festival Admission Apply] Order advance tickets here. For Cinematheque members discount, please contact Cinematheque for members code. USSR 1926, approximately 71 minutes Directed by Grigori Kozintsev and Leonid Trauberg Cast: Andrei Kostrichkin, Antonina Yeremeyeva, Sergei Gerasimov The fourth film production by the avant-garde company FEKS (Factory of the Eccentric Actor), The

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Jun 07

[SFJFF Admission Apply] Advance ticket information here. The title Papirosen comes from a forgotten Russian song about a young orphan, a street vendor, pleading with passersby to purchase his cigarettes. The memory of this plaintive melody, popular in the Jewish ghettos during World War II, brings tears to the eyes of aging patriarch Victor Solnicki

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Jun 07

[SFJFF Admission Apply] Advance ticket information here. The title Papirosen comes from a forgotten Russian song about a young orphan, a street vendor, pleading with passersby to purchase his cigarettes. The memory of this plaintive melody, popular in the Jewish ghettos during World War II, brings tears to the eyes of aging patriarch Victor Solnicki

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Jun 05

presented in association with Pacific Film Archive Order advance tickets here. Nathaniel Dorsky in person Local filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky’s unique, exhilarating 16mm films relish in the possibilities of image making—to borrow his concept, they obey cinema’s own materiality. Or, as Paul Arthur observed, “A formalist with a brimming, elegiac soul, Dorsky will gently rock your

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Jun 05

presented in association with Pacific Film Archive Order advance tickets here. Nathaniel Dorsky in person Local filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky’s unique, exhilarating 16mm films relish in the possibilities of image making—to borrow his concept, they obey cinema’s own materiality. Or, as Paul Arthur observed, “A formalist with a brimming, elegiac soul, Dorsky will gently rock your

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Jun 05

In Conversation: Nathaniel Dorsky and Mark McElhatten presented in association with Pacific Film Archive Order advance tickets here. Local filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky’s unique, exhilarating 16mm films relish in the possibilities of image making—to borrow his concept, they obey cinema’s own materiality. Or, as Paul Arthur observed, “A formalist with a brimming, elegiac soul, Dorsky will

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