Screenings:

  • Cinema
  • EPFC
  • April 26th, 2019
TurnItAroundTheStoryofEast-BayPunk

Turn It Around: The Story of East Bay Punk

TURN IT AROUND: THE STORY OF EAST BAY PUNK explores Northern California’s pivotal role in evolution of punk rock -the loud, intense and anti-authoritarian philosophy of music and politics that arose in the late 1970s. Early San Francisco Bay Area punk pioneers like Dead Kennedys, Avengers and Flipper as well as the Maximum Rocknroll fanzine helped take the punk underground global.

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  • Cinema
  • EPFC
  • April 27th, 2019
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New Works Salon L

New Works Salons series is a casual forum for the presentation and discussion of new works in film, video, sound, and performance, with local and visiting artists often in-person to introduce their work. This, the fiftieth program in the series, will feature work by John Cannizzaro, Edgar Jorge, Mounir Souss, and Anaïs Hinojosa Téllez.

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  • Cinema
  • EPFC
  • April 29th, 2019
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The Area

An eye-opening saga of resistance in a South Side Chicago neighborhood, THE AREA documentary is a five-year odyssey of Englewood, where more than 400 African-American families are being displaced by a multi-billion dollar freight company.

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OCCUPIED - POSTER

SEEfest 2019 presents OCCUPIED CINEMA

OCCUPIED CINEMA is about guerrilla action initiated by young activists taking over a long-abandoned, privatized cinema in Belgrade. A remarkable story about the struggle to collectivize and reclaim the public right to cinema, and preserve a historic arts institution, while also addressing the history of the Yugoslav film industry and the Avala film company.

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KAIROS DIRT AND THE ERRANT VACCUUM

Kairos Dirt unfolds between a waking reality and a series of dream-space sequences. Characters interact with technologies that span from the 1950s until now as they negotiate a post-industrial society in flux, and ultimately seek alternate modes of human connectivity. Performances reflect the lineage of Cult Classics, Midnight Movies, and the New Queer Cinema movement, drawing on the history of camp, physical theatre, clowning, drag and Brechtian performance.

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