CROSSROADS 2013 - April 5-7 - Victoria Theater

CROSSROADS is San Francisco Cinematheque’s annual film festival, a celebration of recent and rediscovered avant-garde film/video work.  CROSSROADS 2013, curated by Cinematheque Artistic Director Steve Polta, will take place April 5–7, at the Victoria Theatre (2961 16th Street, SF). This year’s festal will feature a total of 51 films, videos and performance works by 48 filmmakers from around the world screened over 8 feature-length programs.
April 5–7 at San Francisco's Victoria Theatre 2961 16th Street (at Mission)
festival sponsored by Ninkasi Brewing, Cole Hardware and Puffin West.
thanks to promotional partner Oddball Film+Video
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complete program details available here
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festival pass available here

Highlights of this year’s festival include:
— WORLD PREMIERES of work by Stephanie Barber, Luther Price, Talena Sanders, Jonathan Schwartz and Robert Todd.
— LOCAL PREMIERES of work by Olivia Ciummo, Mary Helena Clark, Paul Clipson, Jim Drain and Ben Russell, Taylor Dunne, Erin Espelie, Josh Gibson, Chris Kennedy, Robbie Land, Laida Lertxundi, Jesse McLean, Natasha Mendonca, Sharon A. Mooney, Jeremy Moss, Sarah Grace Nesin, Alee Peoples, Suzan Pitt, Ben Rivers, Michael Robinson, Kelly Sears, Danielle Short, Fern Silva, April Simmons, Jessie Stead, Makino Takashi and Karen Yasinsky.
— APPARENT MOTION: A live cinema performance event featuring local artists Beige and dyemark and, from Barcelona, Spain, Crater.
— A SOLO ARTIST TRIBUTE to sometime San Francisco-based filmmaker Scott Stark, including the world premiere of a major new work, The Realist.
— THE WORLD PREMIERE of Jodie Mack’s Dusty Stacks of Mom, a long-form psychedelic tribute to a struggling family business, set to a completely re-written and re-performed cover-to-cover remix/remake of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon with vocals performed live by Jodie Mack herself!
General admission tickets are $10 per event ($5 for Cinematheque members). Festival Passes provide admission to all 8 programs and are available for $50 ($25 for Cinematheque members). For tickets and more information visit