Saturday, February 11, 2017

10HTE: Linda Scobie

The San Francisco Bay Area is still home to a rich cinephilic culture nurtured in large part by a diverse array of cinemas, programmers and moviegoers. I'm honored to present a selection of favorite screenings experienced by local cinephiles in 2016. An index of participants can be found here.

First-time IOHTE contributor Linda Scobie is a filmmaker and programmer; she has selected a number of Canyon Cinema prints that will screen at A.T.A. on this coming Valentine's Day.

Irma Vep image supplied by contributor
1. Irma Vep in 35mm - Roxie Theater

Paprika image supplied by contributor
2. Paprika in 35mm - Roxie Theater

Valentin de las Sierras image supplied by contributor
3. Bruce Baillie 16mm films - New Nothing Cinema

Magic Mike XXL image supplied by contributor
 4. Magic Mike XXL - Alamo Drafthouse

The Fornicators image supplied by contributor
5. Mike Kuchar: a Program of Ancient and Modern Works - Artists' Television Access

Chulas Fronteras image supplied by contributor
6. Les Blank: Chulas Fronteras - Shanty Town Cinema

The White Rose image supplied by contributor

Apotheosis image supplied by contributor

8. Light Field: Program #5 in 16mm - The Lab

Born in Flames image supplied by contributor
9. Born In Flames in 35mm - Roxie Theater

It's a Wonderful Life image supplied by contributor
10. It's a Wonderful Life - Castro Theatre

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