From a hand-painted critique of the evils of television to a humorous celebration of feline exhibitionists, Colburn’s singular short films explore a range of themes.
The Indigenous Now film program brings together performance-based cinematic works by several Native American artists, situated between the documentary and experimental.
In honor of its 50th anniversary, Canyon Cinema is hitting the road for an international tour of screenings featuring avant-garde and artist-made films.
Created completely by hand, the analog process yields a warmth and idiosyncratic quality hard to reproduce with digital technology.
Bay Area filmmaker and lecturer Irwin Swirnoff will host a program on June 30 at the Echo Park Film Center showcasing five decades of queer films from northern California.
The Punto y Raya Festival (Spanish for “Dot and Line”) features the work of over 4,500 artists who focus on “pure form, color, motion and sound.”
LOS ANGELES — “Who is Tony Longo?” my editor inquired, after I pitched her on this piece about Thom Andersen’s new short film “The Tony Longo Trilogy” (2014).