Malcolm Le Grice—”one of the most compellingly original and radical artist-theorists in the history of the post-war moving image”—will be in Los Angeles for the next week or so.
During this rare visit Le Grice and Los Angeles Film Forum will present his work around town in a series of venues, including the world premiere of the new edit of his immersive multi-screen piece FINITO at the Spielberg Theatre.
See links below for locations. Le Grice—author of Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age— will be on hand to talk with the audience at all three programs.
Thursday, February 14, at 7 pm.
USC School of Cinematic Arts
900 West 34th Street, Los Angeles.
Sunday, February 17, at 7:30 pm.
Spielberg Theatre at the Egyptian
6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles.
Monday, February 11, at 8:30 pm.
631 West 2nd Street, downtown Los Angeles.
From top: Malcolm Le Grice, Berlin Horse (1970); Malcolm Le Grice, Horror Film 1 (1971); Le Grice presenting his work in Europe, early 2000s; Malcolm Le Grice, Marking Time, 2015; Malcolm Le Grice, Reign of the Vampire, 1970; Le Grice in the early 1970s; Malcolm Le Grice, Threshold (1972). All images © Malcolm Le Grice and courtesy the artist.