@ San Francisco Art Institute
Selected Works Re-Screened
In this film and video series, Cinematheque is re-screening new or rediscovered works recently shown within its regular program. By offering second screenings, we hope to both widen the audience for these works and allow an opportunity to re-examine them. Admission is free.
— ALL SHOWS — 5PM — SUNDAYS — SFAI —
Vinyl (1965) by Andy Warhol. 64 minutes.
Is This What You Were Born For? (In seven parts) by Abigail Child; Prefaces (1981); Mutiny (1982-83); Both (1988); Perils (1985-86); Covert Action (1984); Mayhem (1987); Mercy (1989). 70 minutes.
Eat (1963) by Andy Warhol; New York Portrait; Chapter 3 (1989) by Peter Hutton; Letter To A Suicide (1985) by Jim Campbell. 76 minutes.
In the Shape of Waking: Part I, Body of Light (1989) & Part II, in the Rhythm of Falling (1989); The Exquisite Hour (1989) by Phil Solomon; Land’s End (work in progress) by Phil Solomon; Stuart Sherman; a selection of short films. 55 minutes.
Sodom (1989) by Luther Price; The Deadman (1989) by Peggy Ahwesh and Keith Sanborn. 61 minutes.