Shotgun Cinema screens a program of short films by avant-garde directors.
Shotgun Cinema presents a program—curated by Christy LeMaster and Ben Balcom—of short films highlighting the avant-garde’s explorations of perception and vision. The screening, presented entirely on 16mm film at the Marigny Opera House, includes work from a range of filmmakers from the 1940s to present:
Kenneth Anger, Puce Moment (1949)
Ben Balcom, Ceol (ruinsong) (2014)
Gary Beydler, Hand Held Day (1975)
Barbara Hammer, Sanctus (1990)
Christopher Harris, Reckless Eyeballing (2004)
Helen Hill, Rain Dance (1990)
Jodie Mack, Let Your Light Shine (2013)
Leighton Pierce, Glass (1998)
Deborah Stratman, Untied (2001)
Tickets are $5. For more information, visit Shotgun Cinema’s website. Shotgun Cinema will also host a 16mm screening of director Carl Theodor Dreyer’s The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) with a live score by Lori Goldston the next day on January 9.