For his first San Francisco one-person show, New York filmmaker Lewis Klahr will premiere his strongest work to date. Klahr’s technique is to juxtapose found footage from a wide variety of sources with collages of images that he’s cut out and animated. The result is pop-flavored melange of consumerism, mass media and cultural dyspepsia. Station Drama (1989) superimposes cutouts on live action to tell the story of an aviatrix during the early teens to 1940s; The Morning Films (Pt. 1 of Tales of the Forgotten Future) integrate the dream logic of an experimental film with the emotional continuity of a Hollywood feature. Also: Candy’s 16!, Her Fragrant Emulsion and others.