11 thru 12 and Flora Funera (for Battery Park City) are part of a twenty-three program No Wave film series sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Brazil.  Kyle Stephan curated the screenings which will take place at the Centros Culturais Banco do Brasil in Brasilia, Rio, and São Paul, premiere venues for film screenings, art exhibitions, and performing arts in Brazil (http://culturabancodobrasil.com.br).  There will be a Portuguese-language catalog with primary documents and original essays to accompany the program.  
The series screening dates are 
CCBB São Paulo: November 26 - December 14, 2014
CCBB Brasília: December 3 -21, 2014
CCBB Rio de Janeiro: December 17, 2014 - January 5, 2015
2014 MoRUS Film Festival
Women of the Lower East Side
Monday 8/4 @ Le Petit Versailles, 8pm
Directed by Andrea Callard

Tuesday 8/5 @ Le Petit Versailles, 8pm
Directed by Andrea Callard

Curated by Jackson Smith

RESX screenings at ABC NoRio April 30 & May 6 7:30PM

Liza Bear and Steven Englander coordinated this program for April 30, 2014

Coleen Fitzgibbon and Steven Englander coordinated this program for May 6, 2014
It will include Andrea Callard's Notes on Ailanthus and Sample Map #1
Details here: http://bit.ly/1mYXiIw

ABC No Rio
156 Rivington Street
(between Clinton & Suffolk) 212.254.3697

In and Around Collaborative Projects, May 14 8PM at The Spectacle Theater

This series is curated by Laura Kenner and Rachel Valinsky and it runs in conjunction with springtime programs at James Fuentes Gallery, ABC No Rio, The Lodge Gallery, and Cuchifritos Gallery + Project Space, commemorating Colab’s 1980 exhibition/action The Real Estate Show.

There will be four programs at the Spectacle Theater in May.
On May 14, there will be films by Andrea Callard, Coleen Fitzgibbon, and Liza Bear beginning at 8PM.
All details here:

More COLAB TV at Radical Archives Conference

5:10PM Friday, April 11, 2014, NYU Cantor Film Center, 36 E. 8th St., NYC.
Complete details:

Notes on Ailanthus screening

3/1/14 Saturday, 3:30PM, 
Notes on Ailanthus will conclude a conference at Indiana University, New Terrain - 8th Annual Landscape, Space, and Place. The location is Indiana Memorial Union State Room East in Bloomington, Indiana.
I will attend to introduce the film. 

12/6 3PM, Talking about Chris Burden's work at the New Museum

Meet me Friday at 3PM at the New Museum for a talk about Chris Burden's show.

RSVP here:

Film-Makers' Coop Presents COLAB TV Excerpts at Soho House

Friday, November 15, 9:30PM
Soho House
29-35 Ninth Avenue between 13th & 14th Streets, NYC

MM Serra, Executive Director of the Film-Makers' Cooperative,  will introduce the program of COLAB TV Excerpts selected by Andrea Callard and Coleen Fitzgibbon.
Reservations must be made in advance by corresponding with filmmakerscoop@gmail.com or by calling 212 267-5665. The event is free.

Members of Collaborative Projects, Inc. (COLAB) collaboratively made live and prerecorded television for public access cable TV between 1978 and 1985. The works were broadcast as from Jim Chladek’s ETC Studios on 23rd Street which later became Manhattan Neighborhood Network. The shows were All Color News, Potato Wolf, and Red Curtain. Many of the taped shows were later gathered for distribution by Alan W. Moore, Sophie Vieille, and Michael Carter to distribute through COLAB's  Monday/Wednesday/Friday Video Club during 1986-2000. Andrea Callard and Coleen Fitzgibbon began to preserve these materials in 2006 in collaboration with Moore.   http://235bowery.s3.amazonaws.com/exhibitionlinks/91/XFRSTN_Artists%27Texts_pdf.pdf

On the occassion of XFRSTN(Transfer Station) at the New Museum during the summer of 2013, Callard and Fitzgibbon first presented a selection of excerpts from COLAB TV. A DVD of longer segments of this material is available at

For more information about XFRSTN:

TIE - the international experimental cinema exposition

November 23
Bill Brand presents Alternative Measures, a morning screening at the Richard F. Celeste South Theatre in Denver. The screening will include Andrea Callard's 11 thru 12.

Back for the Future: Film Restoration in the 21st Century

November 18Jeff Lambert, National Film Preservation Foundation
Films: Preserving the Avant-Garde: The NFPF's Avant-Garde Treasures DVD Set
Working independently, avant-garde and experimental filmmakers have pushed the limits and broken the rules of traditional filmmaking to create their own personal works. Films selected for the NFPF’s most recent collection in its DVD series “Avant-Garde Treasures,” by Carolee Schneemann, Bruce Conner and Andrea Callard, will be presented on film along with a discussion of the particular challenges of preserving these unique, cutting-edge works.


The Academy Film Archive is hosting a UCLA class, MIAS 210: Ethics of Film Restoration, on Monday nights at 7:30 beginning September 30 at the Linwood Dunn Theater. The screenings and discussion are free and open to the public.