Anthology Film Archives


January 29 – March 19

Each of our quarterly calendars contains hundreds of films and videos all grouped into a number of series or categories. Along with preservation screenings, theatrical premieres, thematic series, and retrospectives, we’re equally dedicated to presenting work by individuals operating at the vanguard of non-commercial cinema. Each month we showcase at least one such program, focusing on moving-image artists who are emerging, at their peak, or long-established but still prolific. These programs are collected under the rubric SHOW & TELL, to emphasize the presence of the filmmakers at each and every program.

This calendar brings visits from Gibbs Chapman (San Francisco), for a program of short films as well as two utterly unique and oddball features; Timoleon Wilkins (Los Angeles), who will present a program of his exquisite and carefully crafted 16mm films; and Tomonari Nishikawa (Japan, by way of Bard College), whose visually astonishing and inventive short films, made on Super-8mm, 16mm, and digital video, have been blowing minds at film festivals for several years now.

This series is made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts’ Electronic Media and Film Presentation Funds grant program, administered by The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes (,

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