Reece Camp Carter

SFMOMA Screening

I hope you will be able to attend the San Francisco Modern Art Museum’s (SFMOMA) film series California Highs, California Lows. A one night screening of films focusing on the Golden State including film makers Robert Morris, Paul Clipson, Adam Heavenrich, Robert Smithson, Nancy Holt and my film Man with a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working. The screening will be held in the Phyllis Wattis Theater 7:00pm on Thursday June 3rd 2010 admission is $5.00.

Man With a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working considers local hunting and animal handling as it investigates a West Coast dynamic: one that prides itself on natural beauty and agricultural bounty, but one that has deeply embraced urban individualism and suburban sprawl.

http://www.sfmoma.org/events/1636

CALIFORNIA HIGHS, CALIFORNIA LOWS
Our latest look at pop culture on film features the Golden State, long a wellspring of cinematic inspiration both in terms of location and subject matter. Directors in this series mine hippie subcultures, social atmospheres, and the landscape for a loose yet provocative portrait of the state.

Bucky (episodes 1 through 6), Paul Clipson and Adam Heavenrich, 1996 – 98, 2 min. each, 8mm
East Coast, West Coast, Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson, 1969, 22 min., digital video
Man With a Gun, Railroad, and Food for Working, Reece Camp Carter, 2010, 12 min., video
Gas Station, Robert Morris, 1969, 33 min., 16mm

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