October 20, 2017

The Most Elementary Movements in the World A Program of 16mm Films Curated by Rebecca Meyers

When

Friday, October 20, 2017    
8:00 pm

Where

A.P.E Gallery
126 Main Street, Northampton, MA, 01060

Event Type

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Free and Open to the Public

Rebecca Meyers in Person
Featuring:
Abigail Child, “Prefaces” (1981)
Robert Fulton, “Starlight” (1970)
Leighton Pierce, “Glass” (1998)
Julie Murray, “Conscious” (1993)
Ernie Gehr, “Rear Window” (1991)
​Ute Aurand, “Four Diamonds” (2017)
Catherine Webster, “Crofter’s Red Coat” (2000)
Stephanie Barber, “The Forest is Offended” (2017)
Jonathan Schwartz, “a mystery inside a fact” (2016)

Rebecca Meyers teaches in Film/Media Studies and is the Academic Film Programmer for Bucknell screenings at The Campus Theatre. She is a Board Member of Canyon Cinema, a San Francisco foundation dedicated to educating the public about non-commercial, experimental and artist-made moving images, and she serves on the Review Board for Sensate: A Journal for Experiments in Critical Media Practice. Rebecca is a filmmaker working in 16mm and was named “One of 25 Filmmakers to Watch for the 21st Century” in a 2010 Film Comment poll. Teaching interests include editing, sound design, film aesthetics, avant-garde cinema and independent film exhibition and distribution.