January 22 – March 17
Each quarterly calendar at Anthology is filled with hundreds of films and videos all grouped into a number of series or categories. Along with preservation screenings, theatrical premieres, thematic series, and auteur and actor retrospectives, we’re equally dedicated to presenting new and recent work by individuals operating at the vanguard of non-commercial cinema. Each month, under the rubric NEW/IMPROVED/INSTITUTIONAL/QUALITY, we showcase at least one such program, focusing on moving-image artists who are emerging, at their peak, or long-established but still prolific.
This calendar brings visits from the amazingly prolific Pittsburgh filmmaker tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE, underground film festival stalwart Carey Burtt, and Jesse Cain with his 13-hour epic PARTS AND LABOR.
Anthology gratefully acknowledges support for this program from the Experimental Television Center’s Presentation Funds Program, which is supported by public funds from the Electronic Media and Film Program of the New York State Council on the Arts.