Wednesday, May 25, 2011

The Short Films of Kevin Kunze

Still from Metropolis (Burning Man)

In the Koret Auditorium, on Sunday, May 29, 2011 from 2-4 p.m., local independent filmmaker Kevin Kunze will present a selection of his short films and an excerpt from Id, his first feature-length film, set in San Francisco. Also of interest to San Franciscans, Kunze has created short documentaries about Muni, the closure of KUSF, and on the Garden Project. The event will include a Q&A with Kunze and with his special guest, filmmaker Kevin Epps (Straight Outta Hunters Point, 2003).

The following short films will be shown:

SAVE KUSF - a documentary about hundreds protesting the sale of the radio station KUSF

DISCONNECT (15 min.) - a documentary about cell phones & health effects made in collaboration with 07 Nobel Prize winner, Devra Davis

METROPOLIS 6 min.) - an experimental film made at Burning Man 2010

HANDS IN THE DIRT (5 min.) - a film about local gardening and land usage

MUNI MADNESS (15 min.) - a documentary about the Muni bus system

ID (10 min.) - a 10 minute excerpt from Kunze's first feature film about four friends living in an underground bunkers after society has collapsed

VORTEX CUCKOON (4 min.) - a music video set in Golden Gate Park

ELECTRIC SLEEP (2 min.) - an experimental film about dreams and death

THE BRIDGE (10 min.) - a dramatic film about old age and murder

Still from Vortex Cuckoon

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