Experimental filmmaker Roger Beebe is bringing his iconic multi-projector film performance to Tucson for the first time. As a part of a four-month North American tour, Beebe's "Films for One to Eight Projectors" includes his best known six-projector work “Last Light of a Dying Star” as well as the following other pieces:
“Famous Irish Americans”: looks at black athletes with Irish surnames
“Beginnings”: uncovers the secret logic of the book of Genesis
“Money Changes Everything”: on the topic of Las Vegas suicides
“AAAAA Motion Picture”: focuses on companies vying to be at the beginning of the phone book (for some reason)
“Historia Calamitatum (The Story of My Misfortunes), Part II: The Crying Game": an award winning exploration of the forbidden pleasures of male tears
Exploded View Gallery is located at 197 E. Toole Avenue. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and is $5 to attend. The filmmaker, curator and professor will be at the event in person to present his unique film experience.