And Sometimes the Boats Are Low by Leighton Pierce (1983) As of this writing, there does not appear to be much written about this particular film by Pierce, even though there is quite a bit written about his work in general, particularly by film historian Scott MacDonald. Two known screenings of the film have been
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This is Part Three in a series about Chicago’s Experimental Film Coalition; and covers their annual experimental film festival. You can read Part One here and Part Two here. In addition to their monthly screenings, the Coalition founded what was initially called either the Festival of Experimental Film or the Experimental Film Festival. The first
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.
With the Ann Arbor Film Festival holding its 50th anniversary in 2012 on March 24 to April 1, the fest has already lined up a fantastic set of special programs to celebrate.
The monumental 18th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival will screen films by Usama Alshaibi, Jeff Krulik, Marie Losier, and more.
The 49th annual Ann Arbor Film Festival has films by Vanessa Renwick, Marie Losier, Sam Green, Jodie Mack, Stan Brakhage and more.
The 7th Florida Experimental Film/Video Festival is showing great films by Vanessa Renwick, Georg Koszulinski, Martha Colburn and more.
Film journalist and festival programmer Mike Plante has collected an amazing array of short films for his Cinemad Almanac.
The Cinefamily hosts this special screening of underground films curated by movie journalist Mike Plante, who has collected these short films for a new DVD.
The last ever New York Underground Film Festival is screening films by James Fotopoulos, Jeff Krulik, Jim Finn, Martha Colburn, Josh Koury and more.