Peephole Cinema is a “miniature cinema” collective with satellite projects in three cities: San Francisco, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles created by Laurie O’Brien.
In each city, silent film shorts are screened 24/7 through a dime-sized peephole installed in a public location.
Peephole Cinema Brooklyn is in the process of relocating
Than you Union Docs for a fantastic year. Stay tuned for updates.
Peephole Cinema Los Angeles
is run by Allison de Fren, Brian Cantrell and Laurie O’Brien and is installed behind and hosted by Automata. This is an “exquisite corpse” curatorial project; the current curator will choose his or her replacement every two months for an entire year.
Hosted by Automata
504 CHUNG KING COURT IN THE CHINATOWN DISTICT OF LOS ANGELES
(Peephole is located in the alley behind the gallery)
Peephole Cinema San Francisco
is run and curated by Sarah Klein on the side of a Victorian Cottage in the Mission District.
280 ORANGE ALLEY (BETWEEN VALENCIA AND 26TH)