October 22 – November 1, 1996
Located in venues throughout Hollywood, the festival celebrated 100 years of the moving image through art and included performances, installations, films and the LACE/AFI Video Festival. In addition to an ongoing installation/performance by Carter Potter, Film Fall Re-Fill, at the Francis Howard Goldwyn Library, an installation/exhibition by Donald Kreiger at Harm Reduction Central and several installations at the Outpost Building, the festival featured the following programs:October 22 at Hollywood Moguls A video program featured Onwards by Claude Closky; Love Bubble by Richard Hertz and Gabrielle Jennings; Only Thriteen Minutes Left by Doug Henry; A Glorious Life? Random Scenes with Gloria Grahame by Susan Kornfeld and Barry Morse; The Birds by Bob Paris; 3 Portraits of Myself as Queen by Anna Biller and The Escape (of Marie Antoinette) by T.J. Wilcox; a performance by Lisa Barnet entitled Film Strips; I’ll Twine midst the ringlets/I’ll twine with my mingles, an audio piece by David Patton; and special guest DJs, Sean Duffy and Jessica Bronson .October 24 at Killer Pix and the Outpost BuildingAn opening of Icons, an exhibition of film stills and video by Kenneth Anger; a video installation by Marnie Weber and Barris Bacchanal; an installation by Ryan Hill; and an installation of photographs by Rocky Shenk.October 25 at LACELACE/AFI video festival highlights included Long Into the Night and Heavenly Electrical Music Flowed Out of the Street by Reynold Weidenaar; The F Word by Marcia Jarmel and Erin Gallager; Cannibis Rising by Daniel Keller and Charles Light; Missing Lebanese by Walid Raad; Bridgeport: the City at the End of My World by Bryan Konefsky; Goddess and Machine by Anne Farrell; The Church of Saint Coltrane by Jeff Swimmer and Gayle Gilman.October 26 at LACELACE/AFI video festival screenings included The City Symphonies: Kumbharwada, Bombay (Potter’s Colony) by Rajul Mehta; Bridgeport: The City at the End of My World by Bryan Konefsky; Streetcar Stories by Michael Mizell-Nelson; Alternative Ways of Thinking: The F Word by Marcia Jarmel and Erin Gallager, Goddess and Machine by Anne Farrell; Cannibis Rising by Daniel Kellar and Charles Light; Some Girls: Swallow by Elisabeth Subrin and Chess Kids by Lynn Hamrick; Survivors’ Stories: Revenge by Dan Setton and Prisoner 88 by Shari Bergam and David Paperny; Stowaways: Queen of the Mist by Rohesia Metcalfe and Dear Carry by Joel Katz; Oppositional Politics: Herbert’s Hippotamus by Paul Alexander Juutilainen and Family Values: An American Tragedy by Pam Walton; Harmonics: Long Into the Night, Heavenly Electrical Music Flowed Out of the Street by Reynold Weidenaar; Omar the Magnificent by Mike Garza; Desi Remix Chicago Style by Balinder Dhenjan; The Church of Saint Coltrane by Jeff Swimmer and Gayle Gilman.October 26 at The Inner City Cultural Center, Ivar TheaterScreenings of videos including Landscape by Susan Lutz; Inside the Yellow Bird by Daniel Marlos and Edmond Barr with live music by The Salt Ensemble; Made in Hollywood by Bruce and Norman Yonemoto; and the films Red Hollywood by Thom Anderson, Scorpio Rising and Lucifer Rising by Kenneth Anger and Hollywood Hotel by Mei-Juin Chen.October 27 at LACELACE/AFI video festival screenings included Oppositional Politics: Herbert’s Hippomatus by Paul Alexander Juutilainen and Family Values: An American Tragedy by Pam Walton; The City Symphonies: Kumbharwada, Bombay (Potter’s Colony) by Rajul Mehta; Bridgeport: the City at the End of My World by Bryan Konefsky; Streetcar Stories by Michael Mizell-Nelson; Fixations: Missing Lebanese Wars by Walid Raad; Radio Daze by Zadok Dror; Death in el Valle by C.M. Hardt; Occupational Avocation: Black Diamonds, Blues City; Stories of the Memphis Red Sox by Stephen John Ross, Art City: Making it in Manhattan by Chris Maybach; Stowaways: Queen of the Mist by Rohesia Metcalfe; and Dear Carry by Joel Katz.October 27 at the Stella Adler TheaterTen Black Eye, a shadow play from Anaphoria by Kraig Grady with Brad Smith, Rodger Mexico and Yelena Tokman.