Frequent Small Meals, Emory University and the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center present

reality dreams

Five screenings of rare films from a legendary artist, solo and in collaboration with John Lennon

a Film Love event

image: Yoko Ono, FLY, 1970 Directed by Yoko Ono © Yoko Ono

“A dream you dream alone is only a dream.
A dream you dream together is reality”
Yoko Ono Lennon

Poetic, absorbing, humorous, unsettling, engaging and unique, the experimental films made by Yoko Ono and John Lennon in the 1960s and 70s follow no rules but their own. Some of the most talked-about works in avant-garde cinema, they remain unavailable on video. Film Love presents five screenings of these rare, important and highly original works.


One: Smile John
Friday, March 25
7:00 pm at the Plaza Theater

Two: Sky Bed Peace
Friday, March 25
9:00 pm at the Plaza Theater

Three: A Falling Position
Saturday, March 26
8:00 pm at Emory University

Four: Flux Fly Body Music
Friday, April 1
8:00 pm at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Five: Bottoms
Friday, April 8
8:00 pm at Emory University

YOKO ONO AND JOHN LENNON is co-sponsored by the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and the departments of Visual Arts, American Studies, Film Studies, and Women's Studies at Emory University.

YOKO ONO AND JOHN LENNON is a Film Love event, programmed and hosted by Andy Ditzler for Frequent Small Meals. Film Love promotes awareness of the rich history of experimental and avant-garde film. Through public screenings and events, Film Love preserves the communal viewing experience, provides space for the discussion of film as art, and explores alternative forms of moving image projection and viewing. Film Love was voted Best Film Series in Atlanta by the critics of Creative Loafing in 2006, and was featured in Atlanta Magazine's Best of Atlanta 2009.

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