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Films for One to Eight Projectors: Multi Projector experiments by Roger Beebe

Thu, Apr 9 / 7 pm
Films for One to Eight Projectors:
Multi Projector experiments
by Roger Beebe

Filmmaker/curator/professor Roger Beebe returns to the road in January 2015 with a touring program of his multiple-projector performances that takes him to three corners of North America with an additional stop off in the Antipodes (Australia/New Zealand). The tour features several of his best-known projector performances (including the six-projector show-stopping space jam Last Light of a Dying Star) alongside recent award-winning work in single-channel HD video as well as the premiere of his latest multi projector mayhem.
SOUND FILM / Dir. Roger Beebe, 2015, USA, 17 min
Historia Calamitatum / Dir. Roger Beebe, 2014, USA, 21 min
AAAAA Motion Picture / Dir. Roger Beebe, 2010, USA, 11 min
Money Changes Everything / Dir. Roger Beebe, 2009, USA, 5 min
Beginnings / Dir. Roger Beebe 2010, USA, 5 min
Last Light of a Dying Star / Dir. Roger Beebe, 2008/2011, USA, 26 min

A special presentation of Open City Cinema and Cinematheque.   

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Reviews

Beebe’s films are both erudite and punk, lo-fi yet high-brow shorts that wrestle with a disfigured, contemporary American landscape.
— Wyatt Williams, Creative Loafing (Atlanta)    
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