Part of Petri Dish, Screen is Skewed Visions monthly private series of artist-curated film showings and discussions. Each month an artist chooses a film or two to stimulate the rest of us into conversation. Talking about art makes better artists and better audiences. That’s a good thing. (Sign up here for membership.)

July 10, 2015
Charles Campbell presents François Girard’s Thirty-Two Short Films About Glenn Gould.

May 8, 2015
Moheb Soliman presented Amira Soliman and Derek Lindes’s Dionysus, Help Me….

March 13, 2015
Billy Mullaney presented William Greaves’s Symbiopsychotaxiplasm.

January 13, 2015
Kevin Obsatz presented his re-edit of Robert Zemeckis’s Back to the Future, called Future to the Back.

November 14, 2014
Charles Campbell presented Jean Luc Godard’s Vivre Sa Vie

October 10, 2014
Unwin-Dunraven Literary Ecclesia presented Ben Wheatley’s A Field In England

September 12, 2014
Rachel Perlmeter presented Satyajit Ray’s The World of Apu

July 11, 2014
Moheb Soliman presented J. Todd Anderson’s The Naked Man

June 13, 2014
Jennifer Arave presented Paul Greengrass’s Captain Phillips

May 9, 2014:
Lindalee Soderstrom presented Rainer Hoffmann and Anne Linsel’s Pina Bausch in Dancing Dreams

April 11, 2014:
Charles Campbell presented Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker

March 14, 2014:
Krista Walsh presented Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Micmacs

February 21, 2014 (POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER):
Krista Walsh presents Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s Micmacs

January 10, 2014:
Katie Kaufmann presented Emanuele Crialese’s Golden Door

October 11, 2013:
Annie Enneking presented Emmanuel Carrère’s La Moustache

September 13, 2013:
Scot Covey presented Fred Zinneman’s High Noon

August 9, 2013:
Chris Holman presented Bill Forsyth’s Local Hero

July 12, 2013:
Francisca Rosenthal presented Fred Zinneman’s A Man For All Seasons

May 10, 2013:
Jane Powers presented Michelangelo Antonioni’s Red Desert

April 12, 2013:
Ben Kreilkamp presented Tod Browning’s The Unknown

March 8, 2013:
Tom Carlson presented A. Kukura, J. Philips, & A.M. Stein’s The Dhamma Brothers

January 11, 2013:
Charles Campbell presented Alain Resnais’s Last Year At Marienbad

December 14, 2012:
Michael Sommers presented works of The Brothers Quay and Jan Svankmayer.

November 9, 2012:
Michael K presented René Clair’s A Nous La Libérté

October 12, 2012:
Dain Ingebretson presented Giorgos Lanthimos’s Dogtooth

September 14, 2012:
Scot Covey presented Jim Jarmusch’s Stranger Than Paradise

August 10, 2012:
Jane Powers and Michael Green presented Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books

July 13, 2012:
Krista Kelley Walsh presented Menno Meyjes’s Max

May 2012:
Bill Sobolewski presented Jacques Becker’s Antoine et Antoinette

April 2012:
Charles Campbell presented Werner Herzog’s Fata Morgana and Kevin Obsatz and Elliott Durko Lynch’s Empire Builder

March 2012:
Jennifer Arave presented Yasujiro Ozu’s Good Morning

February 2012:
Scot Covey presented Fritz Lang’s Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler

January 2012:
Kevin Obsatz presented Michael Cimino’s The Deer Hunter

December 2011:
Aaron Parker presented James Frawley’s Kid Blue

November 2011:
Megan Mayer presented Jodie Foster’s Home For The Holidays

October 2011:
Chris Holman presented Lindsay Anderson’s If….

September 2011:
Tara King presented Edmund Goulding’s Grand Hotel

August 2011:
Jennifer Arave presented Stephen Sayadian’s Café Flesh

July 2011:
Gülgün Kayim presented Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates

June 2011:
Charles Campbell presented Tom Tykwer’s Perfume: A Story of A Murderer

April 2011:
Charles Campbell presented Andrei Tarkovsky’s The Sacrifice

March 2011:
Krista Kelley Walsh presented Thomas Vinterberg’s Dear Wendy

February 2011:
Sean Kelley-Pegg presented Shane Carruth’s Primer

January 2011:
John Koch presented Hirukazu Koreeda’s Nobody Knows

December 2010:
Bill Sobolewski presented Miguel Delgado’s Su Excelencia

November 2010:
Elliott Durko Lynch presented Jonathan Demme’s Stop Making Sense

October 2010:
Laurie Van Wieren presented Jean Vigo’s Zero for Conduct and selected films of Chantal Akerman

September 2010:
Susan McKinnell presented Akira Kurosawa’s High and Low and Juzo Itami’s Tampopo

August 2010:
Megan Mayer presented Peter Yates’ Breaking Away and Aram Avakian and Bert Stern’s Jazz On A Summer’s Day

July 2010:
Chris Holman presented Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s I Know Where I’m Going

June 2010:
Tom Carlson presented Federico Fellini’s The Clowns

May 2010:
Scot Covey and Km Betz presented Mervyn LeRoy’s Gold Diggers of 1933

April 2010:
Dain Ingebretsen presented Martin Scorsese’s Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and episodes from the TV series Alice

March 2010:
Cherri Macht presented Linda Wertmüller’s Seven Beauties

February 2010:
Jennifer Arave presented Lars Von Trier’s The Five Obstructions

January 2010:
Krista Kelley Walsh presented Orson Welles’ F for Fake

December 2009:
Jeremey Catterton presented Philp Ridley’s The Reflecting Skin

November 2009:
Kevin Obsatz presented Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men and Aleksandr Sokurov’s Russian Ark

October 2009:
Charles Campbell presented Bela Tarr’s Werckmeister Harmonies

September 2009:
Charles Campbell presented Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove: Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb and 2001: A Space Odyssey

July 2009:
Charles Campbell presented Jean-Pierre Melville’s Army of Shadows

January 2009:
Charles Campbell presented Jean-Luc Godard’s Notre Musique

December 2008:
Charles Campbell presented Werner Herzog’s Woyzeck

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  1. (Re)Making a Better World: A Conversation with Charles Campbell - Mn Artists Says :

    Posted on 25 Jan ’21 at 10:39 am

    […] have also organized several non-performance events under the Skewed Visions brand –- Screen, How Dare You! Workshops, and more –- in which you bring together a group of people to interact […]

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