Owsley Brown Presents is an independent motion picture production company that produces original contemporary media works with an emphasis on artistic integrity and creative exploration.
August 12, 2019
Balboa Theater, Owsley Brown & S.F. Cultural History Museum present Microcosmic Cinema: A Benefit For Canyon Cinema Foundation featuring 16mm projector performances by Kerry Laitala who will be presenting four works from her City Luminous series. These performances pay homage and celebrate the lighting design pioneers that gathered just over a century ago to illuminate the fabulous Jewel City at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition – a 635-acre monument to impermanence constructed, and soon after, demolished in San Francisco’s Marina district.
An event in two acts, the first includes a selection of works featuring kaleidoscopic color, surreal stories and extraordinary places by Jodie Mack, Barbara Hammer and Barbara Klutinis, Stacey Steers and Sophie Michael. The second, single and dual 16mm projector performances by Laitala with live score by Voicehandler. Huge thanks to Marc Capelle for bringing this evening together!
Tickets to Microcosmic Cinema: A Benefit for Canyon Cinema are $15.00, and can be purchased online at https://bit.ly/2ZZgn3M
December 20, 2018
Symphony for Nature rings in 2019 with a PBS National Broadcast! On Jan 1 & 4, Symphony for Nature will air at 10:30pm ET following Great Performances.
Check local listings and our upcoming broadcasts here: https://www.owsleybrownpresents.com/sfn-broadcasts
September 21, 2018
Exciting News! We're proud to announce that Symphony for Nature was awarded the Jury Grand Prize Southern Short Award (1st Place)! We are so grateful to everyone who came out to see Symphony for Nature at the Klamath International Film Festival last weekend.
September 14, 2018
We are proud to announce that Symphony for Nature will screen in the Klamath International Film Festival this Sunday, Sept. 16th at the beautiful Ragland Theater!
August 30, 2018
August 13, 2018
Symphony for Nature will have its California festival premiere at the San Francisco Green Film Festival with a special guest performance by the Steiger Butte Singers. September 8th, 4pm at Fort Mason's Cowell Theater.
July 23, 2018
Symphony for Nature will screen at Louisville's Flyover Film Festival on Wednesday July 25 (6PM and 8PM) at Speed Art Museum, followed by Q&A with director Anne Flatte. More information here.
June 25, 2018
San Francisco Bay Area—Happy to share that you can tune in to Symphony for Nature this Wednesday, June 27 on KQED! Details here.