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Thursday, March 3, 2011

Experimental Film and Music: Mike Kuchar and Nara Denning Run Wild in the Streets

Posted By on Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 4:00 PM

It's time now for another episode of "Why You Live in San Francisco." Tonight, we examine a collaboration between experimental filmmakers and indie composers, resulting in new short film and video, screened with original live music at Mission Eye and Ear. Yeah, that's right. We said "collaboration between experimental filmmakers and indie composers." And that's our show for tonight, folks. Because thaaaat's ... "Why You Live in San Francisco!"

Postmark Tokyo screens tonight. - MARK WILSON
  • Mark Wilson
  • Postmark Tokyo screens tonight.

The program includes new work by Nara Denning and Kasey Knudsen; Carl Diehl and Phillip Greenlief; and Mike Kuchar and Randy McKean.
Mission Eye and Ear starts at 8 p.m. at Artists' Television Access, 992 Valencia (at 20th St.), Admission is $8-$10.

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