GEORGE KUCHAR – Saturday
‘Tis the season for festive video offerings! Join us for four short films from prolific artist George Kuchar (1942-2011) on Saturday December 20 at 7pm. Come share in Kuchar’s feasts of the senses with his singular take on the rituals and feelings brought to the fore at Christmas.
VINTAGE HOLIDAY SHOW – Sunday afternoon – free admission!
Every December, we scour the Harvard Film Archive’s collection for winter-holiday-themed films and present them for free the weekend before Christmas. Like everything else at this time of year, it tends to be very Christmas-oriented, but we are not trying to push religion on you. In fact, yours truly, the curator of this screening, is an atheist. Nevertheless, I enjoy a Christmas movie as much as the next atheist, and a lot of them were made over the years!
The program is always free, appropriate for all ages, and a lot of fun! Since this is a shorts program, you are welcome to stay as long as you like, and we don’t even mind if you bring a baby along.
This year’s lineup includes some animated shorts, a locally-produced film about Christmastime window-shopping, which depicts some nice Downtown Crossing window displays, and a “meaning of Christmas” TV special starring a young Seth Green.
We hope to see you Sunday the 21st at 3pm!