DUNKIRK: once again, ladies and gentlemen, you’re looking at film

The declaration that “this motion picture was shot and finished on film” appears toward the end of the credit scroll in Christopher Nolan’s new WWII film Dunkirk. (I know because I’m in the… Continue Reading

On Chantal Akerman

Few films have had such a profound impact on me as Chantal Akerman’s Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles. Based on a recommendation from one of my undergraduate professors, I picked… Continue Reading

On CAMERAPERSON and Ladies Shooting Punks

Due to our mobile status, it’s not often we’re able to screen films two night in a row, so we’re particularly excited to be sharing films in two different locations with you this… Continue Reading

Announcing our summer programming

We apologize for the lack of blog updates recently; Travis and I have been traveling a bit more than usual, and we’ve been focused primarily on programming for the next few months and… Continue Reading

Peanut Butter Jelly Time: an interview with Michael Arcos

We couldn’t be more excited to showcase the work of New Orleans-based filmmaker Michael Arcos, whose films have screened at the likes of the New Orleans Film Festival, Calgary Underground Film Festival, Sidewalk… Continue Reading

3rd Nitrate Picture Show recap

Once again the fires were only those of our passion, as Shotgun Cinema visited the George Eastman Museum in rainy Rochester, NY, for the third annual Nitrate Picture Show, their film festival devoted… Continue Reading