What's It All Mean: Films by William T. Wiley and Friends

3/30/10 to 4/18/10

In conjunction with the BAM retrospective of William Wiley's freewheeling work, the artist visits PFA to present his films and others by his California cohorts.

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  • Wiley Selects

    • Sunday, April 18 3:00 pm

    (U.S., 1968–70). William T. Wiley in person. Wiley presents inventive, imaginative films by Bay Area artist Mike Henderson-Dufus!, Money, The Last Supper, and King David (made with Robert Nelson)-along with Nelson and William Allan's rarely seen War Is Hell. (75 mins)

  • Films by Wiley and Robert Nelson

    • Sunday, April 11 3:00 pm

    (U.S., 1967–74). William T. Wiley in person. Wiley and Robert Nelson pay offhanded homage to myths and misfits, art and the art of the gag, in Deep Westurn, What Do You Talk About, The Off-Handed Jape, and The Great Blondino. (75 mins)

  • Films by Wiley and Friends

    • Tuesday, March 30 7:30 pm

    (U.S., 1963–71). William T. Wiley in person. This freewheeling program features Wiley's one solo film, the Wavelength-inspired Man's Nature, along with two playful works by Robert Nelson that Wiley collaborated on, Plastic Haircut and Bleu Shut. (75 mins)