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Millennium Film Journal: Presence

By Mike Everleth ⋅ May 11, 2010

Millennium Film Workshop

May 15
8:00 p.m.
Millennium Film Workshop
66 East 4th St.
New York, New York 10003

Hosted by: Millennium Film Journal

To celebrate the publication of the 52nd issue of the Millenium Film Journal, which has the theme “presence,” there will be a screening of classic and modern underground films that have been curated by Jessica Ruffin & Grahame Weinbren. The full lineup of films is below.

From the Journal’s Introduction: “Presence emphasizes the primacy of experience over analysis.” Articles in this issue are by Cathy Caplan, Roberta Friedman, Terry Flaxton, A. L. Rees, Jeremy Menzies; and a tribute to Chick Strand written by Pat O’Neill.

Suitably, there will be two films by Chick Strand, as well as Peggy Ahwesh‘s classic porno-manipulation The Color of Love, Martha Colburn‘s latest animated whirlwind Myth Labs; and work by Abigail Child, Phil Solomon and more:

Angel Blue Sweet Wings (1966), dir. Chick Strand
Anselmo (1967), dir. Chick Strand
It Pains Me to Say This (2006), dir. George Griffin
The Future Is Behind You (2004), dir. Abigail Child
In Re Ansel Adams, dir. Terry Flaxton
Last Days in a Lonely Place (2007), dir. Phil Solomon
The Color of Love (1994), dir. Peggy Ahwesh (Read the review)
Myth Labs (2008), Martha Colburn (Read the review)

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