Sunday, March 3, 2002

Women Filmmakers of the '70s

San Francisco Art Institute

Tonight’s program offers an overview of the fertile contribution women artists were making to independent, avant-garde filmmaking by the Seventies, ranging from wickedly funny psychodramas to thoughtful explorations of cinematic form. Films: Barbara Linkevitch’s Chinamoon, Gunvor Nelson’s Take Off, Anne Severson’s Near The Big Chakra, Dore O’s Kaskara, Sandra Davis’ Maternal Filigree, Martha Haslanger’s Lived Time and Barbara Hammer and Barbara Klutinis’ Pools. (Steve Anker)