Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 8:00pm–10:00pm
Price: $12 / No one turned away for lack of funds

INFRARED: Dislocation of Existence in Celebration of the Compton Transgender District

San Francisco Cinematheque
55 Taylor Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102
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Visual AIDS Artist Mykki Blanco's "Stones and Water Weight" Film will screen at INFRARED on October 16th, 8PM at San Francisco Cinematheque. 

A circular poem. A detective film. A performance of endurance. Hair flips. Hormone injection. Bodies adjoining bodies. Bodies being left behind. Messages from post-apocalyptic times. Dispatches from Standing Rock. The films in this program shift between embodiment and disassociation. They offer ephemeral glimpses into what’s possible and pulverizing flashes of what’s been stolen. Interlacing the physical with the ethereal, affects rapidly alter between despondency and euphoria. (Malic Amalya)

SCREENING: Stones and Water Weight (2017) by Mykki Blanco; The Butterfly Effect (2012) by Sofia Moreno; At Least You Know You Exist (2011) by Zackary Drucker; 3 Films for Untitled (1995) by Stom Sogo; Things We Both Know (Not Our Real Names) (2012) by Finn Paul & Roy Perez; Dislocation Blues (2017) by Sky Hopinka; A Little Bit of Exxxstacy (2011) by Mark Aguhar; The Dragon is the Frame (2014) by Mary Helena Clark.

Special support for INFRARED is provided by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.