Los Angeles Filmforum is the longest-running experimental-film series in Los Angeles, and it’s hosting the seventh annual Festival of (In)appropriation, a program of shorts made from popular films and public-domain and archive footage. This year’s selections include footage from a 1995 murder trial, a scene from Rear Window cut into 19 columns moving at different speeds, and every shot from Seinfeld in which nothing happens. The films show how found-footage filmmaking can be turned into video art in imaginative ways.

Sun., Feb. 15, 7:30 p.m., 2015
(Expired: 02/15/15)

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