Two Dream Films by Richard Myers

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June 21, 2010

Richard Myers


Filmmaker Richard Myers in person


Saturday, June 26, 2010
8 o'clock pm

Tickets $10 {$8 VPES Members, Seniors, Students}
Advance tickets are available here

The Velaslavasay Panorama
1122 West 24th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007




Join us in welcoming filmmaker Richard Myers to The Velaslavasay Panorama for a special screening and  rare in-person appearance. We will be screening two remarkable films, The Path (1961, b/w, 16mm, silent, 20min.) and 37-73 (1974, b/w, 16mm, sound, 60min.) on the silver screen.


Although Richard Myers (b. 1937) is the author of some engaged political works and a series of sensitive and unusual film portraits, he is perhaps most known for his remarkable dream-logic narrative films, such as Akran (1969), Monstershow (1996), as well as tonight’s two featured films. These works evocatively display Myers’ intensely intuitive, subtle grasp of the nuances and mysteries of our individual and collective dream lives.

Curated by Mark Toscano of the Academy Film Archive, this show is the second in a trio of in-person screenings with Mr. Myers and featuring a comprehensive selection of his work, the first being Friday, June 25 at NewTown in Pasadena, and the third on Sunday, June 27 at Filmforum at The Egyptian Theater.

Film still from Richard Myers' film 37-73