Supermoon is pleased to present Satellite Cinema opening on October 5th, 2019 as part of its new programming. Satellite Cinema is a 16mm film screening series for kids taking place monthly on Saturday afternoons. Located at 751 Onderdonk Ave. in Ridgewood, Satellite Cinema highlights the New York Public Library’s extensive holdings with additional support from independent distributors of artists’ films. Programming will include early cinema, silent films, animation, and experimental work. Live music will be performed during silent films. In Spring 2020, following the series will be a cameraless 16mm film animation workshop for kids.








Screening Saturday, October 5th at 1pm:

Life of an American Fireman, Edwin S. Porter, c1903, silent, b&w, 4 mins.

In The Street, Helen Leavitt, Janice Loeb, & James Agee, 1952, silent, b&w,16 mins.

Black Patch, Central Documentary Studios, Moscow, 1952, sound, b&w, 18 mins.

The Adventurer, Charlie Chaplin, 1917, silent, b&w, 25 mins.

Live Improvised Soundtrack by Michael Chambers

Screenings: Saturdays 1pm–3pm
Location: 751 Onderdonk Ave., Ridgewood 11385
Suggested Donation: $5
For more information, contact: satellitecinema751 at gmail dot com



Joanie4Jackie4Ever @ Interference Archive
131 8TH STREET NO. 4, BROOKLYN, NY 11215 (Gowanus)
Organized by Mary Billyou, Chris Bravo, Mark Lukenbill, and Paris McGarry
November 4, 2016–January 15, 2017












Co-organized with Mark Lukenbill, Paris McGarry, and Chris Bravo.
Stills (left to right, top to bottom) from The Slow Escape by Sativa Peterson, “X” and the Woman by Cozette Carroll, La Blanchisseuse by Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe, Puppet Girl by Dara Greenwald, Grrrlyshow by Kara Herold, Untied by Deborah Stratman, Intro to The Cherry Cherry Chainletter by K8 Hardy, Furness by Cat Tyc.

On the Contrary

High Risk Citizen

The Audacity of Desperation

Future Yonder