The Cinematheque will again conclude the screening year with a selection of some of the strongest films premiered during the last 12 months, allowing them second viewing for added consideration.
Peggy and Fred in Kansas, videotape by Leslie Thornton – A continuation of the Peggy and Fred saga. Peggy and Fred are older. Life has gotten even thicker.
In the Month of Crickets by Lewis Klahr – A cut-out animation which integrates dream logic with the emotional continuity of a Hollywood feature.
Satrapy by Scott Stark – “Popular pornographic images intrude upon and subvert a formal musical structure of image-generated sound.”
Rapture, videotape by Paul Sharits, a frenzied portrait of the artist as mental patient.
Coupled Entries by Michael Guccione, a re-interpretation of Bram Stokers’s Dracula as a series of graphic and aural enigmas. “A story, if one could only get the clues in the proper order.”