Friday, November 15 at 8 PM

Doors 7:30 pm; $5 admission.

Two Journeys is a project by The Golden Pixel Cooperative, conceived by Viktoria Schmid and Lisa Truttmann, in collaboration with Los Angeles-based filmmakers Rebecca Baron and Nora Sweeney. Through this collective exchange, two short film programs were compiled, consisting of films that relate broadly to the two places of their creation, Vienna and Los Angeles. Austria and the United States are just starting points – we travel to a library in Buenos Aires, a ranch in rural Mexico, the sky in Switzerland, a pool in Tehran and through intangible spaces and surfaces. The films, including documentary, experimental, and narrative work, range in form, and some defy categories. The works of pioneers such as Chick Strand, Charles Burnett and Friedl vom Gröller are in dialogue with those of filmmakers from the next generation. Taking the title from Vienna to Los Angeles: Two Journeys, Esther McCoy’s collection of letters between architects residing in Los Angeles and Vienna, the Two Journeys project aims to create a cross cultural conversation through cinema.


It’s Going To Be Beautiful by Luis Gutiérrez Arias & John Henry Theisen (2018)

Testa by Karl-Heinz Klopf (2018)

Untitled (Flying trees) by Katharina Swoboda (2013)

Quiero Ver by Adele Horne (2008)

-5°C 40% rF by Simona Obholzer (2016–17)

Devil’s Gate by Laura Kraning (2011)

Noise above our heads by Claudia Larcher (2016)

ttttouch me by Raphael Reichl (2017)

Télévoix 1 by Victoria Fu (2017)

In its form asleep by Antoinette Zwirchmayr (2016)

Artificial Paradise by Chick Strand (1986)

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Since this lockdown began, EPFC's Co-op and Board have been meeting to discuss the best way forward during this unprecedented time. We have come to the decision that, given the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the best thing we can do to serve our community is to keep our doors closed to the public for the rest of 2020. We want to do our part to keep all of you safe, so that means no public events in our space, but also no equipment or library rentals. That, however, doesn’t mean we’re going dormant!

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