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Calendar, Night&Day McGuire's Magic

McGuire's Magic

Anne McGuire became a bit infamous for stalking Joe DiMaggio. It was happenstance; the aging baseball legend wandered into McGuire's frame so she followed him, and began improvising songs about his greatness, and her devotion to his greatness. It…
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Calendar, Night&Day Merely Players

Merely Players

All the world might be a stage, but it's the temporary proscenium on the fourth floor of SFMOMA that you want to watch right now. On the occasion of its current "Stage Presence" exhibition, the museum has transformed a gallery…
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Calendar, Night&Day Living, Breathing – and Still Working

Living, Breathing – and Still Working

What becomes a legend most? Sure, movies last forever (well, depending on the storage medium), but the promise of immortality is cold comfort. A tribute and a party in the here and now — that’s more like it. Essential SF…
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Calendar, Night&Day Voices Carry

Voices Carry

The self-effacing form of public performance known as karaoke combines the familiar words and melodies of popular songs with cheap, liberating booze. Experimental film is an august genre of cinema generally (albeit incorrectly) perceived as cerebral, cryptic, and inaccessible. Put…
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"Video Valentines": George Kuchar and Anne McGuire

This Valentine's Day screening presented by SF Cinematheque features accomplished video artists George Kuchar and Anne McGuire. Both specialize in the short film, and plumb the depths — and heights — of close, often domestic, awkwardness. The result is witty,…
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