Media Arts Program
 

Thursday, October 19, 1995

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
CEPA Gallery and special thanks to Sheldon Berlow

NEW FRENCH EXPERIMENTAL FILMS AND A SELECTION BY YANN BEAUVAIS

Presented at:
Hallwalls

Yann Beauvais will present a program of seven experimental shorts by contemporary French filmmakers, followed by a program of his own work. Program One includes UTA MAKURA (PILLOW POEMS) (Vivian Ostrovsky, 16mm, 1994-1995, 19min); SEVEN LANDSCAPES (Scott Hammen, 16mm, 1995, 10min); LA PECHE MIRACULESE (Cecile Fontaine, 16mm, 1995, 10min); SHIMMER (Nelson Henricks, 16mm, 1994, 7min); BOUQUET 2-10 (Rose Lowder, 16mm, 1994, 9min); ACIDFILMDA (Metamkine, 16mm, 1992, 5:25min); and BROKEN BLOSSOMS (Miles McKane, 16mm, 1992, 6min). ACIDFILMDA and BROKEN BLOSSOMS are part of the SI FILM DA AIDS collaboration. Program 2 includes Beauvais' 16mm films RR (1976-1985, 6min); AMOROSO (1983-1986, 14min); VO/ID (1985-1986, 7min), DIVERS-EPARS (1987, 12min); SPETSAI (1989, 15min); NEW YORK LONG DISTANCE (1994, 9min); and Beauvais' contribution to the SI FILM DA AIDS project, SID A IDS (1992, 6min).


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