Thursday, February 5, 2004

Positively Ninth Street

Ninth Street Independent Film Center

Co-presented with Film Arts Foundation

For this winter season kick-off we open the doors wide at Cinematheque’s Ninth Street home for a free evening of new local film, video, installation and music. In the back space: new works by Sow Yee Au (the performed Tristes Tropiques), Rick Bahto (The Soft Things), Elizabeth Block (Strewnpackedcinderwhateverlight), Robert Fox (The Greater Vehicle), Marijke Jorritsma (Stutter), Katherin McInnis (Landscapes in Alphabetical Order), Kim Miskowicz (Here a Little AND There a Little), Angel Vasquez (Azul) and Hiromi Yoshida (Weeping Willow). In the front space: Twilight of the Celluloid Age (pickled cinematic specimens by Christian Bruno and Nataija Vekic), Wet Gate (the all-projector orchestra) screening on the windows, and the sinister organ sounds of the Spider Compass Good Crime (All Vulture) Band! (Steve Polta)