Ed Halter has graciously donated to the Underground Film Archive the program books for almost every edition of the New York Underground Film Festival. While this donation does not include the still-elusive program for the first edition of the fest in 1994, it does begin with the 2nd edition held in 1995 at the Anthology […]
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The brilliant and essential INCITE! Journal of Experimental Media issue #4 is going into its 2nd printing and can be pre-ordered right now.
The fourth annual Migrating Forms media festival includes new work by Naomi Uman, Jesse McLean and Laida Lerxtundi; a special program curated by Ed Halter; a celebration of Chuck Jones and a ton more.
After being homeless for the past few months, Light Industry — the experimental media screening series organized by Ed Halter and Thomas Beard — has finally found a new home in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NYC.
Get an inside peek at the Brooklyn-based experimental media microcinema Light Industry, founded and run by Ed Halter and Thomas Beard.
In this edition: View film stills from Jonas Mekas’ Walden, read intimate reviews of the first three Friday the 13th movies, plus more.
The first Migrating Forms film festival includes underground films by Owen Land, Barbara Hammer, Bradley Eros, Jim Finn, Shana Moulton and Stephanie Barber.
Light Industry, the wildly successful Brooklyn underground film performance space run by Thomas Beard and Ed Halter, is moving into a bigger screening venue.
Here’s the first image from The House Where People Die, Gary Beeber talks about a video conference at a film festival, and Light Moving in Time is available.
Underground film screening series Light Industry is hosting a special curated event in honor of the late Bruce Conner, plus several more special events.