AgX is excited to co-present a program of 35mm and 16mm films from L’Abominable, an artist-run film laboratory near Paris. Filmmaker Stefano Canapa will attend in person for the screening.
AgX presents an eclectic selection of experimental super 8 short films made by members of AREA S8.
Mixed-Use is a film and video experience by AgX Film Collective that will engage the architecture and natural elements on the Rooftop of Tisch Library.
The Film Study Center at Harvard University, Balagan Films, and the AgX Film Collective are pleased to welcome Ohio-based filmmaker Roger Beebe for an evening of new works on 16mm and video, as part of his first East Coast tour in seven years.
AgX Film Collective in collaboration with Harvard Film Archive presents Colorado filmmaker, Robert Schaller for a program of film and music.
AgX Film Collective will present film and video work to the Film and Media Studies community at Tufts University.
Elasticizing and manipulating both temporal and material frames, these films from Boston’s AgX Film Collective address death and dying via American militarism and the cult of technology, the immigrant’s experience of displacement, the power of place and memory, the hospital-industrial complex, and the malleability of identity.
Conceived as a sort of “live installation,” this is the second collaborative event between Non-Event and Balagan in the Waterworks Museum.
Conceived as a sort of “live installation,” this event seeks to exploit the peculiarities of the old pumping station as a non-traditional cinema space and concert venue, breathing new life into its 130-year-old brass and iron machinery by means of multiple 16mm and video projections, as well as the sonic explorations of local experimenters.