Castro Street, 10 min, 1966 min

Bruce Baillie

Documentary, Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

An extraordinary technical achievement and a poetic masterpiece, Castro Street is a layered portrait of the Standard Oil Refinery in Richmond, California which Baillie describes as "coming of consciousness".
"I wanted to visualize that ancient, universal fact of opposites that are one, both in conflict and harmony - opposing each other and abiding together and requiring each other".- Bruce Baillie, in an  interview with Scott MacDonald, A Critical Cinema 2

16mm


Directed by Bruce Baillie


Showing:

Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

Bruce Baillie Retrospective 1

Bruce Baillie will be present in a rare appearance for this screening of several of his 16mm films including Castro Street (1966, 10 min.); Tung (1966, 6 min.); Here I

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)