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OTHER CINEMA
Date Saturday April 25
Time 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Location Details
ATA GALLERY 992 VALENCIA ST. @ CORNER OF 21st
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorCraig Baldwin
3-D Spectacular! We’re honored to have back those 3-D masters from Marin County, Pad McLaughlin and Bob Bloomberg, premiering the latter’s projection-piece on San Andreas temblors, The City Quakes: The San Francisco Earthquakes of 1906 & 1989, with Bob’s original score. Pad has his own short piece, Sketch Pad, a series of experiments with stereographic motion pictures, combining 3-D video and stills. This stereoscopic extravaganza also boasts the debut of Kerry Laitala’s Chromatic Cocktail, a Kodachrome exploration using the eye-po pping Chromadepth process, plus new spatial initiatives! ALSO: Neighborhood flaneur David Cox with 3-D movies made on his iPhone (believe it or not), a 3-D tour of a Viewmaster factory, a rare Hy Hirsch piece from the ‘50s, and views of Burning Man, wrestling matches, and carnivorous plants. Free Wine, 3 different glasses provided *7.
Added to the calendar on Wednesday Apr 22nd, 2009 12:20 PM
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