KOYAANISQATSI

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First show: September 19

Rushing cars on a multilevel freeway.

A collection of expertly photographed phenomena with no conventional plot. The footage focuses on nature, humanity and the relationship between them. This experimental film looks at the world and more specifically the effect man has had on the landscape and the environment. The film is set to original music by Phillip Glass.

Directed by Godfrey Reggio. 1982. USA. 86 min.


*Plus Short: THE LEAF

The COVID-19 pandemic changes and destroys everything in daily life, and people would not be able to enjoy movies with friends in the theatre for a long while. It applies directly to the arts and film community that filmmakers and art creators would not be able to take any jobs for months or years. Will is a member of the filmmaking community in the San Francisco Bay Area, who is also experiencing the dilemma. As an immigrant from China, he struggles financially in the current US as a filmmaker, but at the same time, he is uncertain about whether he could still be himself if he moves back to China since he is also facing the uprising of racism against immigrants and Asians in the US. THE LEAF is a personal poetic hybrid documentary film about a filmmaker’s dilemma as both a filmmaker and a gay immigrant during this pandemic.

Director/Writer/Producer/Editor: William Jian Zang. USA. In English & Mandarin Chinese with English subtitles 2021. 4 mins

*Precedes the features
AWARE: GLIMPSES OF CONSCIOUSNESS on
9/24, 9/25, 9/26, 9/28, 9/29 and
KOYAANISQATSI on
9/27 and
PRISONERS OF THE GHOSTLAND on
9/30.


 


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STARTING 8/20, IN ACCORDANCE WITH SAN FRANCISCO’S SAFER RETURN TOGETHER ORDER, WE ARE REQUIRING PROOF OF VACCINATION FOR ENTRY. WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR COOPERATION. 

 

 

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