Mustache Cinema: Hand-made Films
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Mustache Cinema is an artist-run, experimental film series hosted by El Rio on the first Wednesday of every month. Our 8mm/16mm film projections present artistic alternatives to commercial filmmaking and expose audiences to more thought provoking cinema. Mustache is dedicated to inspiring creative discussions about film, cultivating a friendly community and passing out fake mustaches at every show.
November 4, 2009 Screening: “I Am Thankful For Hand-Made Films”
These hand-made films have been self-processed, chemically manipulated, painted, toned, soaked in the Atlantic Ocean and buried underground. The results of such experimentation peel back layers of emulsion and awaken embedded celluloid grain–giving their pictures the bubbling textures and rhythmic color shifts that can only come from hand-made films, which we are thankful for.
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