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Cancelled - Mark Brecke’s Lost Reel + Rick Prelinger + Sylvia Schedelbaue

Date:
Saturday, May 23, 2020
Time:
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Screening
Organizer/Author:
Craig Baldwin
Location Details:
992 Valencia Street San Francisco CA,94110

Hometown hero Mark Brecke headlines anOther iteration of our film-librarian luv-fest, a benefit for his enormously ambitious planet-spanning quest, Somalia in the Picture. He shares the back-story of that country’s “founding father”, and the tragically lost international epic that narrates that history, before screening enticing teasers and W-i-P passages. ALSO: Cheyenne Bearfoot (Chiricahua Apache) personally introduces her re-tracked “correction” of Coronet’s 1945 The Apache Indian, and Rick Prelinger, in Hazardous Materials, yet again initiates an overdue archival-research discussion: How to properly frame/exhibit “difficult”/transgressive source materials? Berlin-based Sylvia Schedelbauer’s rarely seen Memories is a chilling Farocki-esque essay on her grandfather’s final WWII trajectory to German casualty at Stalingrad, borne from a box of family snapshots found in a closet. PLUS reports on other lost-and-found film archives--Afghani, Palestinian, and Ian Soroka's Slovenian.*$8-20
Added to the calendar on Tue, Feb 18, 2020 6:41PM
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