Sunday, March 31, 2002

Personal Selections by Carmen Vigil

Program 1: The British Invasion

San Francisco Art Institute

The seventies was a period of ferment for British filmmaking. During this time filmmakers visited the U.S. and challenged narrative form by using the forces of nature and landscape in entirely new ways. Program includes: After Lumière: L’Arroseur arrosé and Time and Motion Study by Malcolm Legrice, Condition of Illusion by Peter Gidal, Sheppard’s Bush by Mike Leggett and Chris Welsby’s Seven Days.