June 7–10, 2018
San Francisco Cinematheque and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art present CROSSROADS 2018, June 7–10 at SFMOMA’s Phyllis Wattis Theater and the Gina and Stuart Peterson White Box. We are proud to announce our festival program schedule, which can be viewed here.
Founded by filmmaker Bruce Baillie in 1961, San Francisco Cinematheque is the Bay Area’s premier venue for avant-garde/experimental, underground and personally expressive film and video work. In our steadfast dedication to exhibiting works of aesthetically radical cinema from all historical eras and geo-political locales, San Francisco Cinematheque celebrates the breadth and depth of this vibrant art form in all its myriad expressivities.
CROSSROADS 2018 is the ninth manifestation of our annual film festival to be held June 7–10, 2018 at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. CROSSROADS 2018 will showcase 60–70 new film/video works by emerging and established filmmakers, including performance and works of “live cinema.”
Image credit: The Sun Quartet, part 3: Conflagration (2017) by by Colectivo Los ingrávidos