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Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area
09/17/2010 - 03/31/2011Details >
In celebration of the publication of Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area 1945-2000 the Pacific Film Archive and San Francisco Cinematheque present a landmark exhibition of experimental film and video.
Abstract Expressionism and Film
02/13/2011 - 04/23/2011
Location: Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PADetails >
Short Description: MOMA presents six programs of films inspired by the New York School in conjunction with the Abstract Expressionist New York exhibition.
Special Issue of Bombay Gin
The Naropa Press’ journal Bombay Gin devotes a special issue to the Anthology of American Folk Music.
Victoria Cafe designated as Historic Site
Location: Elk Cree Café, Millheim, PADetails >
For the first time a building has been designated as historic because of its connection to the Anthology of American Folk Music.
New Directions in Animation: Harry Smith and Storm de Hirsch
Location: Columbia City Theater, Seattle, WADetails >
The University of Chicago presents an evening of avant-garde films from the 1960s including Heaven and Earth Magic, Peyote Queen and Third Eye Butterfly.
Harry Smith, Unpublished Footage
Location: Roy O Disney Theater, CalArts, Valencia, CADetails >
The Pompidou center hosts a screening of Early Abstractions accompanied by rare footage.
Harry Smith Program
Location: Museum of Modern Art, New YorkDetails >
Anthology Film Archives presents an evening of films by Harry Smith, including Early Abstractions, Mirror Animations, Late Superimpositions and Oz, The Tin Woodman’s Dream.
Harry Smith: 'The Paracelsus of the Chelsea Hotel'
Mara Goldwyn contributes the essay “Harry Smith: ‘The Paracelsus of the Chelsea Hotel” to Network Awesome.
The Unfinished Film
06/24/2011 - 07/29/2011
Location: Saint Paul, MNDetails >
Curated by Thomas Beard, The Unfinished Film includes works by Harry Smith, Ken Jacobs, Joseph Cornell, Maya Deren and Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Watch Me Move: The Animation Show
Location: Max Palevsky Cinema, University of ChicagoDetails >
The Barbican Art Gallery includes Heaven and Earth Magic in its exhibition Watch Me Move: The Animation Show.
Visions: Animation and Abstraction
Location: Pompidou Center, Paris FranceDetails >
The Northwest Film Forum, Sprocket Society and Third Eye Cinema present Visions: Animation and Abstraction, 1908 to 1994 a series of experimental animation masterworks.
Silent Film Night: Heaven and Earth Magic
Location: Anthology Film Archives, New YorkDetails >
APK Live presents a screening of Heaven and Earth Magic with live musical accompaniment by Ian Doig Phaneuf (A Person Disguised as People), Patrick Cahill (The riderless) and Jeremy Ive (A Priori, Exit 2012).
The Old Weird America: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music
10/07/2011 - 10/16/2011
Location: The Gladstone Gallery, New YorkDetails >
The Warsaw Film Festivals presents Rani Singh’s documentary The Old Weird America: Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music.
Location: Barbican Art Gallery, London, UKDetails >
The BFI presents Visionary Animation, a series of films by influential American experimental animators.
4th Annual Harry Smith Festival
Location: Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, WashingtonDetails >
Elk Creek Café and Ale Works and Chicken Tractor Deluxe host the 4th Annual Harry Smith Festival with bands performing music from Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music. Proceeds will benefit the Penns Valley Hope Fund.
Filmmaker's Cooperative Benefit Concert
Location: APK Live, London, OntarioDetails >
The Filmmaker’s Cooperative hosts a benefit featuring live musical performances by Philip Glass and Laurie Anderson and a screening of films by Harry Smith, Jonas Mekas, Ken Jacobs and others.
A Tribute to Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music
Location: Warsaw Film Festival, Warsaw, PolandDetails >
American Standard Time, Ball of Wax and the Seattle Folk Festival present “A Tribute to Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music.”
Anthology of American Folk Music inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame
Anthology of American Folk Music inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame.