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San Francisco Film Society
Reel to Real NightLife
Thursday, April 3, 6:00-10:00 pm
SFIFF57 Opening Night: The Two Faces of January
Thursday, April 24
Screening at 7:00 pm
Party at 9:00 pm
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down
Tuesday, April 29, 8:00 pm
Film Society Awards Night
Thursday, May 1
An Evening with Richard Linklater
Friday, May 2, 7:00 pm
Stephin Merritt with The Unknown
Tuesday, May 6, 8:00 pm
SFIFF57 Closing Night: Alex of Venice
Thursday, May 8
Screening at 7:00 pm
Party at 9:00 pm
Fever Dreams-Laurel Nakadate
The San Francisco Film Society presented a multiplatform presentation of the work of American multimedia artist Laurel Nakadate, February 23–March 2, 2011. Fever Dreams included theatrical screenings of Nakadate’s two feature works, the presentation of a number of her shorter videos in nontheatrical Read more...

Marius Watz-Automatic Writing
As part of its KinoTek series, the Film Society presents the work of pioneering software artist Marius Watz. Working at the forefront of emergent media practice, Watz uses digital processes and authored algorithms to “automatically” produce numerous types of media. Read more...

Erin Markey
The San Francisco Film Society presenteThe Dardy Family Home Movies by Stephen Sondheim by Erin Markey, a live performance by the Brooklyn-based writer/performer Erin Markey, December 2–4 and 9–11, 2011, at SF Film Society Cinema. Read more...

Karolina Sobecka - Human Moves, Animal Visions
A leading figure in the production of interactive installations, Karolina Sobecka uses animation, interface design and humor to comment on the ways that we use our bodies and gestures to navigate and understand our overtly mediated environments. Read more...

Adriane Colburn: Ways, Points and Means
Adriane Colburn is an artist who uses cut paper, video and still imagery to clarify how people overlay their imaginary relationship to the world over real places. In this exhibition, Colburn draws on her recent experiences at sea, mining footage she collected while on an ice breaker on the Arctic Ocean and while at sea in the Amazon Plume off the coast of French Guyana. Read more...

Nate Boyce
Drawing on and weaving together multiple threads of art historical approaches and concepts, Nate Boyce produces wondrous and strange sculptural/video hybrids. In this exhibition, Boyce reworks the history of modernist abstraction, exploring the absence of dialog between early video art and concurrent abstract painting and sculpture. Read more...

Brent Green: To Many Men Strange Fates Are Given
Animator and fine artist Brent Green presents his latest project, a sculpture of wrought iron, hacked LCD monitors, art nouveau–inspired wooden figures and featuring an animated narrative of the true story of the production of the spacesuit used by Laika, the dog sent into space by the Russians in 1957. Read more...

Take Off: Kota Ezawa Kenneth Goldsmith
In this final KinoTek exhibition, visual artist Kota Ezawa will present his latest animated project Take Off and other rarely-seen works, and poet Kenneth Goldsmith will give a reading from his forthcoming book Seven American Deaths and Disasters. Read more...

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