Continuing into 1999 at the Collective Unconscious theater space in NYC, the RBMC — co-programmed by Brian L. Frye and Bradley Eros — went on hiatus for the first week of the year, but resumed on January 12. Below is a list of screenings from then until a May 18 event that celebrated the RBMC’s first full year of existence.
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Brian L. Frye programmed the first screening on May 12, 1998 at the Collective Unconscious theater space. The screening included the feature-length documentary Underground by Emile de Antonio about the left-wing militant group the Weather Underground
In 1998, Brian L. Frye was a transplant from San Francisco looking to open a new microcinema in NYC, having been inspired by Craig Baldwin’s Other Cinema at Artists Television Access and David Sherman and Rebecca Barten’s Total Mobile Home.
1963 was a pivotal year in the history of avant-garde film in the United States. In Visionary Film, P. Adams Sitney calls it “the high point of the mythopoeic development within the American avant-garde.”
The brilliant and essential INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media issue #4 is going into its 2nd printing and can be pre-ordered right now.
April 29: Brian L. Frye will be in attendance at this retrospective of his experimental film work from 1999 to 2002. There also will be a Q&A with him and Chrissie Iles.
Filmmaker and law professor Brian L. Frye just may have the most awesomely mustached cat of all time.
Peripheral Produce, the Portland, OR based underground film DVD distributor is having a major sale this summer, offering many of their discs for just $10.
May 4: Celebrating the latest Millennium Film Journal, there will be a special screening of films by Pat O’Neill, Catherine Elwes, Noe Kidder, Jennifer Proctor and more.
Experiments in Cinema v7.9 features a filmmaking workshop by Kerry Laitala, films by Matt McCormick, Salise Hughes, Leslie Supnet, Jesse McLean, Paul Clipson and many more.