Lost Landscapes of San Francisco: Fundraiser Benefitting Internet Archive Dec 18th

FerryBldgFromWaterDuskRick Prelinger’s Lost Landscapes of San Francisco is a movie happening that brings old-time San Francisco footage and our community together in an interactive crowd-driven event.   Showing in the majestic Internet Archive building,  your ticket donation will benefit the Internet Archive, which suffered a major fire in November. Please give generously to support the rebuilding effort.


December 18, 2013
6pm Reception
7:30pm Film

300 Funston Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94118

Get tickets through Brown Paper Tickets.


TouristsGGBopening1936ATripDownMarketStreet1906_1Lost Landscapes returns for its 8th year, bringing together both familiar and unseen archival film clips showing San Francisco as it was and is no more. Blanketing the 20th-century city from the Bay to Ocean Beach, this screening includes newly-discovered images of Playland and Sutro Baths; the waterfront; families living and playing in their neighborhoods; detail-rich streetscapes of the late 1960s; the 1968 San Francisco State strike; Army and family life in the Presidio; buses, planes, trolleys and trains; a selected reprise of greatest hits.

As usual, the viewers make the soundtrack — audience members are asked to identify places and events, ask questions, share their thoughts, and create an unruly interactive symphony of speculation about the city we’ve lost and the city we’d like to live in.

 

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5 Responses to Lost Landscapes of San Francisco: Fundraiser Benefitting Internet Archive Dec 18th

  1. Du lich says:

    As usual, the viewers make the soundtrack — audience members are asked to identify places and events, ask questions, share their thoughts, and create an unruly interactive symphony of speculation about the city we’ve lost and the city we’d like to live in

    • Duncan says:

      “…the city we’ve lost and the city we’d like to live in…”
      It’s been said far better than I can ever say it, but it’s true…, “You can’t go home again.”

  2. Excellent idea to keep the file in operation since done a huge work to keep a copy of all web pages

  3. nenti says:

    By looking at the photos is like looking at the past history

  4. Nilda says:

    I came to SF as a 5-year old more than 60 years ago and consider myself a “native,”so am so sorry to have missed this viewing. Would like to know if this will be shown again in the near future.

    Thank you kindly.
    Nilda Andrews

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