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View other events for the week of 11/ 5/2004
CUNextTuesday screens "Daisies"
Date Friday November 05
Time 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Details
Artist's Television Access
992 Valencia Street @ 24th
San Francisco
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorSunny
Come check out CUNextTuesday's next screening at Artist's Television
Access in the Mission District on November 5 at 8pm!! ATA is located at
992 Valencia Street at 21st St.

The ladeez of CUNextTuesday will be showcasing one of our favorite films:
DAISIES
by Vera Chytilova, 74 minutes
Two girls named Marie see the world around them to be inhabited by a
spoiled society. The Maries decide they should be given such allowances
and embark on a rebellious streak of what seem to be harmless pranks.
However, each of the moves is loaded with consequences that soon snowball
into serious trouble. This freewheeling 1966 gem of the Czech New Wave is
an attack on consumerism and materialism as well as many other aspects the
male dominated society of the time. Director Vera Chytilova weaves
together this absurdist allegorical work by avoiding a common narrative
structure. Instead DAISIES fills the screen with surreal comedy and
unforgettable images of ranging misguided youthful protest to serious
political commentary.

also showing:
Shy Grrrl
by local filmmaker, Lori Rillera
This short was produced in a Silence Speaks digital storytelling workshop,
a program of the Bay Area-based media training and production resource
center Third World Majority. In Lori's Story, a Filipina reminisces about
the abuse she has suffered at the hands of relatives and employers over
the years and how she has taken control of her own life.

Please let us know if you have a film you'd like to screen! For more
information on CUNextTuesday and to join our email list, go to:
http://lists.riseup.net/www/info/cunexttuesday

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cinematographers and editors."
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