SAUL LEVINE
RECENT & UPCOMING:

November 21 | Falling Notes Unleaving screening in HASENHERZ N°20 @ Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten, Graz, Austria

November 19 | Screening LOST NOTES + THE BIG STICK @ MASSART FILM SOCIETY, BOSTON, 8PM

October 19 NOTE TO PATI screening in the program A Minor Cinema @ UT Austin, Doty Fine Arts Building, 2.204 | organized by Experimental Response Cinema, Mad Stork Cinema, and Canyon Cinema

August 16 NOTE TO PATI screening in the program A Minor Cinema during From Vault to Screen: Canyon Cinema 16 mm at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC | organized by Canyon Cinema

NEARSIGHT discussed on desist film by José Sarmiento Hinojosa

ON THE SPOT featured on Scott MacDonald's list of favorite films of the year at Revista Lumière

Big As Life, 8mm Experimental film in the U.S.: The Boston Underground, 1976–1992, curated by Steve Anker for the Ann Arbor Film Festival | March 26, Michigan

TIME IS LOVE.7 - International video art program Curated by Kisito Assangni | January - October 2014 | Traveling to: London, Paris, Seoul, Kharkiv (Ukraine), Ljubljana (Slovenia), and Torrance (California)

I WANT TO PAINT IT BLACK @ Uplink Theater, Tokyo | curated by Tomonari Nishikawa


Saul Levine, born in New Haven Connecticut, is a maker and advocate of avant-garde film and more recently video. He is currently a professor at MassArt where he has taught for over 30 years and programmed the longstanding MassArt Film Society. His work has been screened nationally and worldwide, most recently in Ontario, MOMA (NYC), Lima and Prague. He is based in Boston and hardly leaves town.

Film & video work is available at:

LUX-London U.K.

LIGHT CONE-Paris FR.

CANYON CINEMA CO-OP San Francisco Ca U.S.A.

FILM-MAKERS CO-OP New York NY. U.S.A.

SAUL LEVINE SUPER 8 FILMS VOLUME I and II
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