Join us in welcoming Marian Wallace in person to present a night of hand-crafted, mostly non-narrative 16mm films from her SFAI and No Nothing filmmaking days (Ephemerality, Getting At The Underworld, Crayfish of Doom, Project Y, 3 by MW and more), followed by her rarely-shown documentary “After-Crass.” “After-Crass” includes a performance by Penny Rimbaud; an art show of Gee Vaucher’s Crass record-sleeves, collages from back in the day, and more recent paintings; and interviews with both of these Crass founders, by V. Vale of Search & Destroy and RE/Search.
**Marian Wallace and V. Vale in person**
A founding member of the rebel underground fllm collective, No Nothing Cinema, Marian Wallace began making experimental films as a student at SFAI, studying with George Kuchar, Gunvor Nelson, and Lawrence Jordan. After receiving her MFA, she was employed at a film sound studio, going on to work on features (including mixing sound effects for “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” by Francis Ford Coppola). For the past decade she’s produced a monthly talk show with host, V. Vale, for public access television in San Francisco, while continuing to work on experimenal films, printmaking and painting, and also co-publishing RE/Search books and zines.