March 2: Curator Ben Rivers will show a selection of underground classics by British filmmaker Jeff Keen, plus the old horror flick White Zombie.
Feb. 16: American underground filmmaker Naomi Uman will present four films from her Ukranian Time Machine cycle of films about life in the Ukraine.
Feb. 9: Watch an archival print of the classic exploitation film Child Bride produced by the notorious Kroger Babb and directed by Harry J. Revier.
Jan. 6: Curator Emily Roysdon has picked five films to screen by Joyce Wieland, one of the early pioneers of the structuralist film movement.
Dec. 1: Marysia Lewandowska and Maria Lind present a night of films from Poland from 1965 and 1980 that cast women into different social roles.
Nov. 24: Mark Weber presents film and audio work by the late German artist Peter Roehr, who worked with endlessly repeating images and sounds.
Oct. 27: Matt Keegan has curated a program of short videos about New York City that have all been produced within the last month.
Oct. 8: At Light Industry, curator Jeremy Rossen will screen a selection of short films by Peggy Ahwesh, Deborah Stratman, Andrew Lampert and more.
Light Industry is screening a rough cut version of a documentary by Martha Rosler who visited South Africa in the days right after the fall of Apartheid.
Light Industry hosts an underground film event curated by Abina Manning and Steve Reinke exploring videos by Lisa Steele and more that make the audience feel.