The Deep End: Cinematheque at the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival

The Deep End: A Cinematheque Presentation at the 54th San Francisco International Film Festival
Sunday, April 24, 7:00pm Sundance Kabuki Cinemas 1881 Post Street (at Fillmore Street), San Francisco, California
Wednesday, April 27, 8:50pm PFA 2575 Bancroft Way (at Bowditch St. in Berkeley), Berkeley, California

[SFIFF admissions apply]

Curated by Vanessa O’Neill & 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 of the Titanic to the exploits of Houdini. When you come back up for air, you’ll be invigorated.

Trypps # 7 (Badlands) (Ben Russell, USA, 2010, 9:30 mins)
Minong, I Slept (Vera Brunner-Sung, USA, 2010, 5 mins)
Last Resort (Katherin McInnis, USA, 2010, 2 mins)
I Swim Now (Sarah Biagini, USA, 2010, 8 mins)
Slave Ship (T. Marie, USA, 2010, 6 mins)
a little prayer (H-E-L-P) (Louise Bourque, Canada, 2010, 10 mins)
Burning Bush (Vincent Grenier, Canada/USA, 2010, 9 mins)
Tokyo–Ebisu (Tomonari Nishikawa, Japan, 2010, 5 mins)
Victoria, George, Edward and Thatcher (Callum Cooper, United Kingdom, 2010, 2 mins)
Hell Roaring Creek (Lucien Castaing-Taylor, USA, 2010, 20 mins)