Kino21 presents this rare screening of Daniel Barnett’s 1975 experimental classic White Heart that is largely unknown, but revered by underground filmmakers.
REDCAT in Los Angeles hosts this night of new live narration given to old film classics that is curated by kino21’s Konrad Steiner and Jen Hofer.
This performance adaptation of The 10,000 Mile Bike Race by French author Alfred Jarry has been adapted by filmmakers Kerry Laitala, Jerome Hiler and more.
Charles Doran’s hilarious comedy about Los Angeles neighborhood snobbery, Westsider, will be screening as a part of the Zero Film Festival in L.A.
Kino21, the underground film screening series in San Francisco, is screening films about the My Lai massacre, Russian fighters and Turkey; plus more events.
Kino21 in San Francisco is screening Iraqi Short Films by Mauro Andrizzi. In other news, Cinema in a Cave is screening Georg Koszulinski’s Immokalee, USA.
The kino21 screening series in San Francisco is hosting a special event where they will screen the Wizard of Oz along with Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
Kino21 is screening The New Talkies, clips from different modern films shown with the sound off while performers provide their own running commentary.
This style of film performance is adapted from Japan’s silent movie era where the “katsudo benshi” performers provided the same kind of narration before film sound had been invented, which is of course quite different from the organ music and title cards used here in the U.S.
Avant-garde screening series kino21 is hosting a retrospective of the underground films made by Warren Sonbert.