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Date Saturday November 09
Time 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Event Type Screening
Organizer/AuthorCraig Baldwin
Location Details
992 Valencia Street
Barbara Hammer (RIP) passed the batons, and tonight Lynne Sachs is back in the Bay to twirl them! Marching through on a national tour for her newly published Year by Year Poems, Lynne debuts three Hammer collabs, screens substantial sections from her own last two features, and revives an evergreen of women’s cinema. As Hammer lay dying, she bequeathed a trio of unfinished films to Deborah Stratman (Vever), Mark Street (So Many Ideas Impossible to Do All), and Lynne herself (A Month of Single Frames)...and after considerable time and effort, and with Wexner Center help, all those projects have come to fruition! Anointed to carry on Hammer ‘s local legacy (both SFSU grads!), Lynne converses about the creative process from the quotidian, to writing, to filming. That’s how we get to see Friedrich’s historic hand-scratched Gently Down the Stream, as well as a generous portion of Sachs’ latest Tip of my Tongue, and a sizable sneak peek at her in-progress A Film about a Father Who. Benefit for the Barbara Hammer Lesbian Experimental Filmmaking Grant! *$8-20

Added to the calendar on Thursday Sep 19th, 2019 1:03 PM

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