In conjunction with NEAT, The CJM presents CLEAT (Cinematic Lo-fi Experiments in Art and Technology). Three movies offer a refreshing break from anesthetizing CGI spectacle, showcasing filmmakers using handmade special effects to creatively realize their ambitious (and sometimes delirious) visions. Films selected by noted Bay Area film blogger and independent curator, David Robson.
A kid-friendly but trenchant adaptation of Jonathan Swift's beloved satire; this fanciful, rarely-screened comedy features special effects by stop-motion animation master Ray Harryhausen (1969; 100min).
Screened in conjunction with NEAT.