This daily film screening runs concurrently with the International Pop exhibition and brings together a variety of works from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s that are rarely considered alongside one another. This collection of films lends another perspective to International Pop by examining cinema as an extension of Pop practice around the world.
1. Nam June Paik: Video Tape Study No. 3
2. Nam June Paik: Beatles Electronics
3. Nam June Paik: Waiting for Commercials
4. Santiago Alvarez: Now
5. Jean-Luc Godard: Breathless
6. Jean-Luc Godard: A Woman is A woman
7. Jean-Luc Godard: Contempt
8. Jean-Luc Godard: Made in the USA
9. Jean-Luc Godard: 2 or 3 Things I know about Her
10. Jean-Luc Godard: Weekend
1. Manfred Kuttner: A-Z
2. Alain Resnais: The Song of Styrene
3. Peter Roehr: Film Montages 1-3
1. Derek Boshier: Link
2. Derek Boshier: Change
3. James Scott: Richard Hamilton
1. Ken Russell: Pop Goes the Easel
1. Tadanori Yokoo: Eizo Anthology 1
2. Tadanori Yokoo: Kiss Kiss Kiss
3. Tadanori Yokoo: Kachi Kachi Yama
4. Tanaami Keiichi: Good Bye Marilyn
5. Tanaami Keiichi: Oh Yoko!
6. Jeff Keen: Cine Blatz
7. Jeff Keen: Marvo Movie
8. Jeff Keen: Meat Daze
Viewer discretion advised due to brief scenes of nudity, violence, and depictions of death.
Screening times subject to change.