The 1989-90 season proved to be one of our most exciting and successful years of Open Screenings. Tonight’s presentation of particularly outstanding works shown at this year’s four screenings includes: Town of Day (16mm) by Jerome Carolfi, Michael G. Page’s Laundry (S8mm) by Duncan MacLeod, Looking Back (3/4″) by Ramon Quanta La Gusta, A Piece of Skin (16mm) by Katherine Enos, Cement City Expedition (S8mm) by Bill Daniel and Elizabeth House, History of Texas City (S8mm) by Bill Daniel, Red (S8mm) by Kent Howie, Little 8’s (S8mm) by Phyllis Christopher, Untitled (16mm) by Kurt Easterwood, Condemnation (16mm) by Kevin Deal, Untitled (16mm) by Wallace King, Pure Horseradish (S8mm) by Bruce Smithhammer, The Pain of Goats (16mm) by Michael Perkins, and The History of America (16mm) by Andy Meade. Programmed by Lissa Gibbs.
Saturday, June 9, 1990
Open Screening Highlights 1989-90
Eye Gallery (now closed)