Four Films by Larry Gottheim, 27 May 2017
Pavilion and Hyde Park Picture House welcome avant-garde filmmaker Larry Gottheim to present a rare screening of his films. Since the late-60s Gottheim has been a driving force in experimental film in America as both a filmmaker and co-founder of SUNY-Binghamton's legendary Cinema Department.
Gottheim's work is at once structural and poetic, often using the formal capabilities of film to represent nature and landscape.
Presented on 16mm, the screening includes two of Gottheim's earliest films, Corn and Doorway (both 1970), alongside Mnemosyne Mother of Muses (1986) and Tree of Knowledge (1980) – the final part of his Elective Affinities suite. Gottheim will introduce and discuss his work.
Hyde Park Picture House
73 Brudenell Road
Tickets can be bought via the HPPH box office: £6 full price, £5 concessions
Presented in partnership with Hyde Park Picture House. Co-programmed by Chris Dymond.