February 27 only
In February of 2001 HAMBURGER EYES produced its first issue of stark, gritty black and white photography in San Francisco. This year the magazine celebrates 18 years of independent publishing. To commemorate the achievement director Aaron Rose (Become a Microscope, Beautiful Losers) has put together a short documentary in which HAMBURGER EYES founder Ray Potes, among a cast of early contributors and comrades, reflect on what the magazine, photography, and the rapidly changing city of San Francisco has meant to them over the last two decades.
In conjunction with the film, this event will also be the debut of Hat and Beard Press’ new book, SF EYES, a celebration of HAMBURGER EYES and its intrinsic relationship to the city of SF. Hat and Beard press will provide copies of SF EYES for sale pre and post-film screening, and all contributing photographers will be on hand for signing and conversation (sans the late Ted Pushinsky who passed away early February of 2018).
6:30 – 7:00 Book sales are open
7:00 – 7:30 Screen documentary
7:30 – 8:00 Signing and conversation
THIS IS A FREE EVENT. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the word ROXIE in the header.
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