Big Brother (1984) by Caroline Avery

Sunday, June 15, 1986, 8:00 pm

Second Glances: Highlights of the Year


800 Chestnut Street

San Francisco, CA, 94133

The Cinematheque concludes its regular calendar screening series (prior to a three-month summer break) with two programs in which many of the highlights of the past twelve months will be given an opportunity rare for short films, a second viewing. Programmed by David Gerstein and Steve Anker.

knowlege is as red as a raspberry (1984) by Chika Ogura, 7 min.; Roses of Isfahan (1984) by Peter Herwitz, 5 min.; What’s Out Tonight Is Lost (1983) by Phil Solomon, 12 min.; Poor Young People (1985) by Medora Ebersole, 7 min.; Ludlow Street Newsletter #1 (1985) by Jeffrey Preiss, 10 min.; Big Brother (1984) by Caroline Avery, 8 min.; To Die Dreaming (1983) by Steven Weisberg, 7 min.; The Answering Furrow (1985) by Marjorie Keller, 30 min.