Friday, August 3, 7:00pm_COLD COMFORT:

The soupy days of summer have us dreaming of colder climes; space_program’s August screening features quick witted and exquisitely edited films set in wintry places, including work by Deborah Stratman and Laila Pakalnina. 

Friday, June 15, 7:00pm_TRANSMISSION TROUBLE:

space_program’s third screening finds creativity growing in the cracks of the global dystopia. “Transmission Trouble” features Peggy Ahwesh’s poetic works The Blackest Sea and The Falling Sky, fashioned out of re-purposed animations from an on-line Taiwanese news organization.  Shown with Steven Matheson’s short DIY sci-fi Apple Grown in Wind Tunnel, about underground home-remedy radio broadcasts in a toxic age.

Sunday, May 13, 7:00pm_PLANT TIME:

In honor of spring, delayed but inevitable, the second screening at space_program, a new venue in mid-town Kingston, will present films from a botanical point of view, including experimental documentaries by Sarah Hagey and Josh Gibson, a 16mm print of one of Rose Lowder’s plant films, and a bit of related ephemera.

Friday, April 13, 7:00pm_LOCAL PRODUCE:

The inaugural program at space_program features films made in the Hudson Valley, including work by Ephraim Asili, Tim Davis, and Storm De Hirsch, as well as an IBM industrial film from 1969 and an early film of John Burroughs in the Catskills, filmed in "prizma color."