1/24/2011: alliance building and San Francisco cinema space

San Francisco cinema space



For this next segment, we’re going to the cinema space of San Francisco, which has long been a hotbed of alternative arts production as well as radical politics. A collaborative team of three media curators–Steve Seid, Kathy Geeritz, and Steve Anker–recently completed an ambitious historical survey of experimental film and video from the Bay Area. Their research project, called “Radical Light” has led to both a publication with the University of California Press, and a to a touring film program. Our arts editor Jesse Lerner caught up with two of the curators when they were in Los Angeles this past week…

You can hear an archive of the whole show at KPFK.org.

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