Holly Willis | KCET
Post date: 2012-03-22T05:00:00-07:00
The best of cinema history is on view this week, with the work of avant-garde icon Maya Deren, the remarkable eight-hour documentary Shoah, and the 24-hour collage film "The Clock" by Christian Marclay.
Post date: 2012-03-20T06:20:08-07:00
REDCAT will screen Daniel Eisenberg's extraordinary visual essay exploring objects, how they're made and what they mean as the nexus between the maker and the consumer.
Post date: 2012-03-15T06:00:00-07:00
Radical, experimental and avidly political filmmakers are featured on the screens of L.A. theaters this week, from Jon Jost to Rose Lowder, Dziga Vertov to Kurt Kren.
Post date: 2012-03-08T04:00:00-08:00
Animation figures prominently this week in LA's media art scene, with a festival, feature film, and more...
Post date: 2012-03-01T04:00:00-08:00
Los Angeles offers a rich subject for artistic inquiry, evidenced this week by several permutations of the city in film, video, drawing, urban planning and provocative discussion.
Post date: 2012-02-23T04:20:28-08:00
This week's media art scene includes one of the most radical films in the history of cinema, experiments with magic and moving images, and a 24-hour tribute to an LA icon.