• Jordan Belson, Allures. Courtesy Center for Visual Music

schedule

  • Thursday, March 2

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, March 3

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, March 4

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, March 5

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, March 8

    12-2 & 5-6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, March 9

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, March 10

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, March 11

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, March 12

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, March 15

    12-2 & 5-6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, March 16

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, March 17

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, March 18

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, March 19

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, March 22

    12-2 & 5-6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, March 23

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, March 24

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, March 25

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, March 26

    3-6:25
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, March 29

    12-2 & 5-6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, March 30

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, March 31

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, April 1

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, April 5

    12-2 & 5-6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, April 6

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, April 7

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, April 8

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, April 9

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, April 12

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, April 13

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, April 14

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, April 15

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, April 16

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, April 19

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, April 20

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, April 21

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, April 22

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, April 23

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, April 26

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, April 27

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, April 28

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, April 29

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, April 30

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, May 3

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, May 4

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, May 5

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, May 6

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, May 7

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, May 10

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, May 11

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, May 12

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, May 13

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, May 14

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Wednesday, May 17

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Thursday, May 18

    12–2 & 5–6:20
    BAMPFA

  • Friday, May 19

    12–2 & 5–8:15
    BAMPFA

  • Saturday, May 20

    3-7:30 PM
    BAMPFA

  • Sunday, May 21

    3-6:25 PM
    BAMPFA

Theater 2 Hippie Modernism Shorts

Screenings in Theater Two

Program 1: Maze and Muse
Wed, Thu, Fri 12 & 5:30
Sat, Sun 3:30 & 5:30
47 mins

The TV documentary The Maze (Dick Williams, 1967) is a tour of San Francisco’s evolving hippie counterculture. With The Psychedelic Experience (Allen Willis, Jean Millay, 1965), a cinematic approximation of a chemically induced experience of transcendence.

Program 2: Alluring Light
Wed, Thu 12:50
Fri 12:50 & 7:00
Sat 4:30 & 7:30
Sun 4:30

41 mins

Jordan Belson’s Allures (1961) and Elias Romero’s Stepping Stones (1968–69) demonstrate the appeal of Bay Area animation and experimentation with projected light.

Program 3: John Whitney
Wed, Thu 1:30 & 6:20
Fri 1:30, 6:20, 8:15
Sat, Sun 3:00 & 6:25
26 mins

Three beautiful animations by pioneering filmmaker, inventor, and composer John Whitney: Permutations (1968), Matrix III (1972), and Arabesque (1975).

Program 4: Breakaways
Wed, Thurs 5:00
Fri 5:00 & 7:45
Sat 7:00
25 mins

Performers transcend the limits of their bodies in BREAKAWAY (1966), Bruce Conner’s brilliant record of Toni Basil dancing to her own song, and an excerpt from Pickup’s Tricks (Gregory Pickup, 1973), a documentary about the Cockettes.