AMPHETAMINE, along with other films by Warren Sonbert, was recently featured in two presentations - one in New York and one in London - each focusing on the works of queer and underground filmmakers.
04/25/2012 •NEW YORK•DIRTY LOOKS
Dirty Looks is a Monthly Platform for
Queer Experimental Film and Video
Bradford Nordeen's April program featured works by
"two key figures in queer and underground film"
Warren Sonbert and Tom Chomont.
The program included Warren Sonbert's
AMPHETAMINE (1966, with Wendy Appel),
DIVIDED LOYALTIES (1975-78) and
HONOR AND OBEY (1987).
04/14/2012 •LONDON• THE LITTLE JOE CLUBHOUSE
The Little Joe Clubhouse is a unique
temporary film space from the creators of
a magazine about queers and cinema, mostly.
In a special program, as part of this year's
AMPHETAMINE (1966), was presented by Stuart Comer,
Film Curator at London's Tate Modern.