Join the mix at the Cinema by the Bay opening celebration for an eclectic, exuberant and edifying evening of short film and video screenings, multimedia performances, live music and collegial carousing. Eric Landmark will narrate his video about the existential dilemmas posed by the vintage video game Asteroids. Lucas Murida, representing The Thing Quarterly, will predict the future while Wholphin DVD will screen new shorts by filmmakers including Spike Jonze and Lance Bangs. Amy Hicks will present her wonderful cut-out animations and the Sk8 Sisters will sing songs about homesteading. The art collective I, Daughter of Kong will present compelling evidence for the existence of King Kong and Fay Wray’s furry love child. Husband and wife team Kathleen Quillian and Gilbert Guerrero will offer a masterful animation/VJ set. The band Work will present its score to original animation by Keturah Cummings, and T.I.T.S. unveils music composed for Daisies by avant-garde Czech filmmaker Vera Chytilová. The evening will come to a raucous close with a set of video mash-ups by Club Bootie resident DJs Adrian and the Mysterious D. Phew! Join the festivities at SOMA’s hippest and most socially and environmentally responsible nightclub and restaurant.
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Photograph by Pamela Gentile
Must be 21+ to attend
Temple Nightclub & Prana Restaurant