Everything will go wrong tonight

I’m very excited for tonight’s screening(s) at the Cinematheque: “Things Are Always Going Wrong: New Restorations of Los Angeles Experimental Films (1960s – 1970s),” a collection of avant-garde shorts on video and 16mm. Something tells me this might be the only opportunity you’ll ever get to see most of these films, which include (copied-and-pasted from the Cinematheque’s website):

Thom Andersen and Malcolm Brodwick’s — ——-, Fred Worden’s Throbs, Chris Langdon’s Bondage Boy, Roberta Friedman and Grahame Weinbren’s Bertha’s Children, Bruce Lane’s unc., Dinana Wilson’s Rose for Red, Kathy Rose’s Mirror People, Gary Beydler’s Pasadena Freeway Stills, Worden and Langdon’s Venusville, Morgan Fisher’s Turning Over, Pat O’Neill’s 7362, and David Wilson’s Stasis.

Oughta be a doozy. The screening(s) will begin at 7:30PM. Vilas Hall, Room 4070.


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