Events

(The Red Spectre, Zecca, 1907)

Elements of Magick

with filmmaker Alexander Stewart
Friday, March 3, 2006 - 7:00pm

The Experimental Film Club proudly presents an assortment of fantastical films in which cinema is envisioned as a magical form and magic is visualized through the space of the theater. Make sure to bring your amulet pouch, because the occult, black magic, and alchemical practice will be brought to light, and invisible realities are set to emerge through a magical explosion of sensations! Filmmaker Alexander Stewart will attend the screening.

The Red Spectre (Ferdinand Zecca, 1903, 7m)
Our Lady of the Sphere (Larry Jordan, 1969, 10m)
Spiral Vessel (Janie Geiser, 2000, 6m)
Cat's Cradle (Stan Brakhage, 1959, 6m)
Errata (Alexander Stewart, 2005, 7m)
Lachrymae (Brian Frye, 2000, 3m)
Invocation of my Demon Brother  (Kenneth Anger, 1969, 11m)
Early Abstractions, No. 10 (Harry Smith, 1956, 6m)
Allures  (Jordan Belson, 1961, 8m)
Projector Obscura (Peter Miller, 2005, 10m)

Co-sponsored by Experimental Film Club, University of Chicago Student Government Organization and the Student Government Finance Committee, the Committee on Cinema and Media Studies