From "A Walk Into the Sea"
As part of their special screenings series, the NW Film Center
is showing a double feature this weekend: director James Crump's Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe
will be accompanied by director Esther Robinson's A Walk Into the Sea: Danny Williams and the Andy Warhol Factory
. Both films place their often infamous subjects within a fascinating cultural context, exploring the social world that made these artists difficult - and great. The films will be screened October 19-21 at various times - visit their website
to learn more.
Last month Carl Diehl put out a call for the crypto-zoetropical
, and this weekend he'll be screening the results. Come down to Rererato
this Friday, on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the "infamous Bigfoot filmstrip," to see the showcasing of Diehl's collected film project, accompanied by live experimental music and performance. The show is $4, and begins at 7pm, Friday, October 19th, 5135 NE 42nd AVE.
And not just film in the "crypto-zoetropical pursuit" but all manner of electronic, digital media explorations into the outer limits of animation!
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