Blue Screen Schedule

Feb. 11

The Beaver Trilogy

Feb. 18

A Nation Duped: Video presentation by Paper Tiger TV and Democracy NOW!; video talk by Howard Zinn (A People's History of the United States)

Feb. 25

Peripheral Produce: Matt McCormick shorts ("The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal" and "Going to the Ocean") with live electronic keyboard and xylophone accompaniment by Johnne Eschelman

March 18

Communication Breakdown: films and videos transmitting mixed signals from Ocularis Cinema, Brooklyn, featuring work from Juan Carlos Cremata, Bryan Boyce, and others

March 25

That's F**ked Up! (18 and over)

April 8

Orgasmic Cinema: Best of Cinematexas Short Film and Video Festival's midnight shows

April 22

"Alien Anomalies From the Other Cinema"

April 29

This Is What Democracy Looks Like

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