Monday, July 12, 2010

Jefferson Presents... Past Programs 2000:



















9. December 9, 2000
Guest Local Filmmaker: BRIAN DEAN RICHMOND
Plus Adam Abrams. First screening at 4106 Howley St., Bloomfield, a raw underground film space and gallery.














8. October, 2000

MONSTERS ON CAMPUS
Halloween theme show presented at CCAC (Community College of Allegheney County) featuring a mix of local work and scary films from the archive to coincide with a Jefferson Presents … all celluloid gallery installation. CCAC Auditorium, North Side

7. September 9, 2000
HARRY SMITH A selection of his 16mm films, plus LICENSE by local Teresa Foley and a new film by Adam Abrams. Last screening at IAC Garage, Brew House, Southside


















6. August, 2000

A skateboarding documentary, plus Sara McCool at Mr. Roboto project in Wilkinsburg

5. July 29, 2000
VINTAGE EDUCATIONAL FILMS FOR THE DEAF
Subtitled films from the JP… collections.













4. July 1, 2000

PHANTASMAGORIA
With local bands The Johnsons and Control Group, plus 1 dozen local filmmakers projecting films on a giant screen behind the bands. IAC Garage, Brew House, Southside


















3. April 22, 2000

BRING A RECORD, PICK A MOVIE
Audience members who bring a record can play it along with the vintage found science experiment film of their choice.


















2. March 18, 2000

STAN BRAKHAGE 8mm films from the personal film collection of Stan's longtime friend and assistant Michael Chikiris (with live commentary by Mr. Chikiris) including the rarely screened SONGS. Additional films by presenters Adam Abrams, Jim Mueller and Gordon Nelson.


















1. February 4, 2000

KUCHAR BROTHERS PROGRAM I
George: PAGAN RHAPSODY (1970), PORTRAIT OF RAMONA (1971), MOSHULU HOLIDAY (1966); Mike: SINS OF THE FLESHAPOIDS. Space 101, Brew House, Southside.

2 comments:

  1. wowzer. can't believe there's a copy of the very first flyer. pre-Jefferson Presents... moniker, even. love the site.

    xo,
    aa

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  2. Those reel halos are a nice touch.

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