Sixty Six


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Sixty Six

  1. Friday, February 17, 2017 6:30 p.m.
Still image from the film Sixty Six
A filmmaker since 1977, California Institute of the Arts professor Lewis Klahr has confirmed his place in the top tier of the 21st century’s experimental media makers for his stop-motion collage work in small gauge film and digital video. In his latest work, Sixty Six, a feature-length compendium of 12 films produced over 2002–15, Klahr marries Greek antiquity with mid-century America in a “pop associational mindscape” to create what Cinema Scope calls “the strangest of hybrids: a personal work of universal provenance.” (2K DCP Presentation)