Dirty Looks makes its Philadelphia debut! A New York-based roaming platform for queer experimental film and video, Dirty Looks will screen an evening of apocalyptic-themed recent work. In an attempt to nurture a greater sense of community and to cultivate a dynamic view of historical queer production, Dirty Looks reimagines the screening situations of the experimental and Underground Film boom of the 1960s and 70s. Situating screenings in alternative spaces, Dirty Looks celebrates the collaborative and social aspects of NYC film culture.
dir. Stephanie Barber, 2012, 12 min.
dir. Harry Dodge, 2011, 4 min.
A Day for Cake and Accidents
dir. Jessie Mott and Steve Reinke, 2013, 4 min.
dir. Nao Bustamante, 2013, 17 min.
If There Be Thorns
dir. Michael Robinson, 2009, 14 min.
Inside Velvet K
dir. Luther Price, 2006, 10 min.
dir. Cary Cronenwett, 2013, 11 min.
Earth ship 2013
dir. A.K. Burns, 2012, 8 min.
Total running time: 80 min.
Hosted by the Institute of Contemporary Art, International House, Penn Cinema Studies,
and the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Center at Penn.
(The evening kicks off at 9:00 p.m. with a reception for incoming Penn students
as part of Penn’s New Student Orientation.)
3701 Chestnut Street
Trisha DonnellyKaren KilimnikCarlos GaraicoaRodney Graham: A Little ThoughtAnt Farm: 1968–1978David Lamelas: Exhibiting MedialityVideo Art (Ant Farm)Video Art (General Idea)Grace AmbroseKate KraczonPennDesign Fine Arts Lecture Series: Sharon HayesPennDesign Fine Arts Lecture Series: Allora and CalzadillaExcursus IV: Video Art 1975Excursus IV: Music LessonsPerformance: Frances Stark at International HouseWu Tsang: WILDNESS ScreeningReturn of the New-Recent Film/Video Works from the UK: Two Years at SeaScreening: Los Angeles Plays ItselfExcursus I: Ciné-Society