The 21st Brainwash Movie Festival Program!

A plethora of weird, unusual and just plain great short and feature movies, this year again promises to be worthy of the culmination of 21 years of fine movies for audience enjoyment and edification from Brainwash. Witness, also, the settings: Nimby, the original DIY industrial art space in Oakland, and the Palace, one of the grand old theaters from the Golden Ages of Cinema.

Friday, July 24th, 2015 @ Nimby:

Cine Drive-In – Cinema Sob o Céu – Claudio Moraes

Ein Mercedes für Sierra Leone – Robert Fuhrmann

Arcadia – Rick Fisher

Directors on Directing – Damien Patrik

Eclissi – Tygh Runyan

M-Theory – TL Westgate

N’kisi Concorde – Nikki Sass

Saturday, July 25th, 2015 @ Nimby:

aWake – Chris Harper

Coppersmith – Taylor Mosley

Alcachofas piraña del abismo prehistoric – Javier Lozano Sánchez

September Sketch Book – Ronnie Cramer

Helio – Teddy Cecil

Sweet Nothings – Valerian Zamel

Advanced Doodling – Mike Cantor

On my way to NYC! – Mélanie Duault

Tete Noise, an interview in Tbilisi / Georgia – Virginie Thérèse Colombe

Corto – Alexis de Vigan

Oak and Scott: Pausing at High Speed – Sinem Yilanci

Ocean – Stephanie Maxwell


Fri., July 31st @ the Palace Theater:

The Dirdy Birdy – Redux – John Dillworth

Being Dennis – Trish Sie

Dennis Doesn’t Live Here Anymore – Michael Nardelli

I Was a Teenage Girl, Apparently – Lyn Elliot

Lilly’s Big Day – Xstine Cook/The Bum Family

Seventy Percent – Scott Campbell

Predatory Lender – Jim Meyer

Sat., Aug. 1st @ the Palace Theater:

The Bag – Phil Snyder

In the Course of Human Events (excerpt from City Symphony II) – Dominic Angerame

Advanced Doodling – Mike Cantor

G – Johnathan Ritter

Persistence of Vision – Scott Campbell

Atlantic Right Side Up – Katarzyna Kochany

And It Was Good – Graham Waterston

Cable Movie Classics Presents Fair Shake – Johnathan Ritter

Ballot Trailers

Awards Ceremony

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