Aug. 26: Boston-based experimental filmmaker and film professor Saul Levine will be making a rare jaunt across the country to Los Angeles to present a selection of films from across his prodigious career.
Screenings: Los Angeles
Aug. 24: The teen comedy genre gets a surrealist twist in the impressive debut feature What I Love About Concrete by filmmakers Katherine Dohan, Alanna Stewart and Brett Hanover.
Aug. 14: Master documentarian Jeff Krulik will make his return to Los Angeles with his latest blockbuster, Led Zeppelin Played Here, which digs deep into rock music’s biggest mystery.
Nov. 18: Jeff Lambert of the National Film Preservation Foundation will be on hand to present selections from the highly anticipated “Treasures VI” avant-garde DVD collection.
Nov. 9: The Echo Park Film Center will be screening six short films by the legendary Stan Brakhage, all made in 1976 and on Super 8.
May 11: Wandering underground Bill Brown makes his way to the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles to screen his latest film, Memorial Land.
Aug. 26: Everything Is Festival presents a retrospective of Jeff Krulik’s quirky short documentaries with the filmmaker in person. Not to be missed!
March 11: L.A. Filmforum’s Alternative Projections project presents a night of films by Los Angeles African American filmmakers from the 1970s.
Feb. 23: Curator Mark Toscano presents a selection of poetic documentaries by Portland, Oregon filmmaker Vanessa Renwick, who will appear in person at the screening.
’80s retro filmmaker Jon Clark unleashes his latest 30-minute epic, Spectrum Hunter, during “Night School 2,” an art exhibition including the film and an installation.