2015 Chicago Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 22nd annual Chicago Underground Film Festival presents devastating celluloid provocations on May 13-17 by Jaimz Asmundson, Spencer Parsons, Zachary Epcar and more.
Classic Underground Short Film: Portland
A trip to hell and back is recounted in Greta Snider’s classic underground short film, Portland. Living the ultimate punk lifestyle, a group of friends relive the disaster that was hopping the rails from California to Portland, crashing at a not-so-abandoned house and fighting to reclaim their belongings.
2012 Ann Arbor Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 50th anniversary of the Ann Arbor Film Festival includes a major retrospective of Bruce Baillie, a Craig Baldwin lecture, and tons of films by George Kuchar, Jodie Mack and more.
ATA Fundraiser For Dara Greenwald: May 20, 8:00 p.m.
On Friday, May 20 San Francisco’s Artists Television Access center is hosting a special benefit for Dara Greenwald, who is sadly currently battling cancer
2011 Ann Arbor Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 49th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival has films by Vanessa Renwick, Marie Losier, Sam Green, Jodie Mack, Stan Brakhage and more.
L.A. Filmforum: Radical Light: The 1980s And 1990s
Jan. 16: L.A. Filmforum presents experimental short films from San Francisco in support of the new book, Radical Light.
5 Great Documentaries For A Rough Economy
Need some good advice on how to live cheaply these days? Then check out these five great documentary movies about people living on the fringe of society.
2008 H3R3TIC Film Festival: Official Lineup
The first H3R3TIC Film Festival is screening films by Craig Baldwin, Greta Snider, Marc Rokoff, Vanessa Renwick, Antero Alli, Stephanie Silber and more.
Nomads And No-Zones
Vanessa Renwick and Greta Snider’s shared DVD Nomads and No-Zones from Other Cinema is awesome, totally rocks and you need to get it right now.
2001 NYUFF: Day 5: George Kuchar & Friends
The New York Underground Film Festival fills the void of punk rock zombie movies with Rick Spears’ Hot Trash. Plus, films by George Kuchar and his students.