54th San Francisco International Film Festival The 54th San Francisco International Film Festival runs April 21-May 5, 2011 at the Sundance Kabuki Cinemas, the Castro Theatre, New People and SFMOMA in San Francisco and the Pacific Film Archive Theater in Berkeley.
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PFA stands for Pacific Film Archive
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test (a low score, indeed), and later as a Berkeley PhD candidate who was repeatedly caught trying to sneak into screenings at the Pacific Film Archive.
Radical Light" the exhibition has two parts: a gallery show of archival materials, currently on view at the Pacific Film Archive in Berkeley (through April 2011), and a program of some thirty screenings encompassing two hundred titles--including numerous tantalizing rarities--at the PFA and the San Francisco Cinematheque (through March 2011); the film and video program will tour nationally next year.
The films - all chosen by Stephen Seid, festival judge and video curator at the Pacific Film Archives - were shown at the festival in Portland this past November.
At the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive I met with the Director of Digital Media, Richard Rinehart, to discuss his Media Art Notation System (MANS).
To me, it was even less dated and more alive than the films I had seen from the FEKS" Two decades later, in 2000, the Pacific Film Archive invited the clarinetist and composer Beth Custer to create some music for the movie and to perform it during a screening.
is a mammoth series which will run over two years, with highlights repeated at both the San Francisco Cinematheque and the Pacific Film Archives.
He has also sat on the boards of directors for Marvel Entertainment, Center Theatre Group in Los Angeles, and the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.