Category Here Come the Videofreex movie
Rhizome DC, in collaboration with the Videofreex, presented a series of early video screenings and discussions in 2018. From January to May, Rhizome hosted a monthly event in its cozy community venue in northwest Washington, DC. See the Videofreex at Rhizome Program
By Bart Lovely in Rochester on April 22, 2017. Total of 35 rapt attendees. Including old friends Sandy R and R Simmons & Joan Lyons. Beautiful room, great big projection and gracious hosts. Treated me in style. I enjoyed film again and appreciate [Jon & Jenny’s] work and insights.
By Mary Curtis The April 19 screening at the Berkeley Art Museum’s Pacific Film Archive was terrific! Lots of peeps came that I know and other Berkeley early video freaks who appreciated the film. The audience asked really good questions and I had a great time answering them. It was my favorite Q & A. […]
On Sunday, October 30, “Here Come the Videofreex” received a special honor. The recognition came with the film’s screening during the Berkeley Video and Film Festival at the East Bay Media Center Performance Space. Before the documentary, Mel Vapour, co-owner of the Media Center, presented the Pioneer Award to Videofreex member Mary Curtis Ratcliff. Mary […]
An April 30 screening of “Here Come the Videofreex” brought together a number of video pioneers at the historic AJ Muste building in NoHo. They gathered for what Skip called a “historic final public event” before the AJ Muste Memorial Institute moved. Here, Paper Tiger TV founder DeeDee Halleck stands in the foreground. Photo by Skip Blumberg
Here Come the Videofreex screened at Film Columbia 2015 in Columbia County, New York. Skip Blumberg created a one-minute slide show for a taste of the experience. Watch Vfx@FilmColumbia That is one of many screenings of the documentary, as well as work by Videofreex contemporary Jane Aaron, popping up around the country this fall. For […]
NY Premiere of great @videofreexfilm @BAMCinemaFest today with Mary Curtis Ratcliff & fellow Freex. #Paleo-YouTube pic.twitter.com/xflwBnCAkD — Peter Samis (@psamis) June 22, 2015 It’s been an active month for the Videofreex. Building on a successful debut in North Carolina, “Here Come the Videofreex” made the rounds in New York last week. In between showings in Brooklyn […]