"By my standards, Miss Clarke's picture, an eerie close-up of the metropolitan bridges, is extraordinary. A film that captures the bizarre magic of man-made spans with the movement of a lightning clap and with the same terrible beauty." – Howard Thompson, The New York Times "A new creative development ... truly excellent." – Mr. Hugh Gray, Dept. of Film, UCLA
Abstracting the Everyday: Works by the Women of the Film-Makers' Cooperative
A program of films by women FMC members
This program highlights the vibrant personal visions of eight female members of the Film-Makers’ Cooperative. Curated by Julia Curl and playing at the FMC Screening Room on Friday, March 4th, 2022, at 7pm.
Euclidean Illusions: Geometries of the Avant-Garde
A chronological selection of films that experiment with different methods of geometric abstraction
This chronological selection of films from the Film-Makers’ Cooperative archive, playing on Saturday, October 22nd, 2022, at 6pm, looks at the ways in which avant-garde filmmaking experimented with different methods of geometric abstraction from 1921 to 1980. Curated by Julia Curl.