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Ronnie Cramer's Archive
Ronnie Cramer Archive


To see RC's previous art exhibitions, concerts, film screenings, etc. click on any of the years listed above in the chronology. For upcoming events click on schedule.

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January 7, 2009

Eventful

Downtowner REEL Heads Film Festival

Downtowner Media Presents:
Downtowner Film Festival...
& Dinner...& Music...& Comedy Event!

The Downtowner Film Festival has outgrown it's original home in Littleton. The Indie fest has expanded the event to include live music, live comedy acts and of course great local Indie films.

Dinner & Movies & Live Music
& Comedy Competition!
THREE Great Events, ONE FABULOUS NIGHT!

INDIE FILMS by:

Ronnie Cramer
Patrick Sheridan,
Timothy Shultz
Brittany Alverson and more!

January 9, 2009

Westword

Downtowner REEL Heads Film Festival

The Experimental Film Channel presents independent film screenings and filmmaker discussions. Feb. 14: Films by Jim Olsen, Rick Raxlen, Pamela Millar, Patrick Hackett, Ronnie Cramer and Michael T. Starks.

January 10, 2009

Downtowner Reel Heads Film Festival
Sponsored by the Experimental Film Channel
Daniael Fine Art
5788 S. Rapp St.
Littleton, CO 80120
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film
Pillow Girl

January 23, 2009

Denver Music Board

Re: Denver Local Music That Mattered to ME (at least)

Well, I'm way too young to remember anything before say....2005, but I always thought the Alarming Trends were kind of hip in their day. (When they had the little blonde girl singing) R. Cramer's videos were pretty funny. 'White Cross, big deal! White Cross, ahhhhhhhhhhhhh, let me up!' - Jerry Lee

January 23, 2009

Denver Music Board

Re: Denver Local Music That Mattered to ME (at least)

OMG YEH LOVED THEM, FOUND IT !!! - Mystery Man

January 23, 2009

Denver Music Board

Re: Denver Local Music That Mattered to ME (at least)

Hererra played a Rok Tots song on his show this past Wed night on 101.5. I believe I posted that Alarming Trends video on Youtube....from a VHS tape I had recorded from Channel 12 'Teletunes' when they did a night of nothing but local band videos....I think JL produced several of them as I recall. I can't find a copy of The Rumbles video from MTV Basement tapes..wasn't it 'My Girl is mad at Me'??? Lots of great moments in the Denver scene....ok...need to go grab my walker and put my teeth back in for the evenings events....... - Stiffy

February 5, 2009

Cinemaniacs Film Night
Ripon College
Bear Auditorium
Ripon, WI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

February 5 - 19, 2009

San Francisco Indie Fest
San Francisco, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

February 15, 2009

Jason Watches Movies

Indiefest - Day 10

'A Scream and a Half'
Yeah, I guess it's horror shorts, they were...
Cantata in C Major:
A musical piece compiled of screams from horror films throughout history. More experimental than horror. Amusing.
Mombies:
The most terrifying terror that ever terrified.
You Better Watch Out:
Santa's real, and the fucker's gonna pay for those crappy gifts!
Dead Boyfriend:
Pandora with puppets. Her boyfriends have no luck.
Side Effect:
An excellent payoff shot makes up for the predictable "twist" based on a common urban legend. And making it about an overachiever instead of a drug addict is a good twist, too.
Dans La Corde:
Surreal French film of a man escaping from a wooden box to find--an island, and a tightrope to another island. And no escape.
The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon:
I saw this at Dead Channels last year, and it's still funny. A million spoonfuls of terror!

February 19 - 22, 2009

Beloit International Film Festival
Beloit College
Beloit, WI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

February 23, 2009

Creative Arts Studio
256 Sea Cliff Ave.
Sea Cliff, NY 11579
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

February 25, 2009

NME

Video

'White Cross' by Alarming Trends

'You're Always Crying' by Alarming Trends

March 1, 2009

AsianAmericanFilm.com

Reiko Murakami's 'Kujira' wins Carolina Film & Video Festival award

According to the Carolina Film & Video Festival's newsletter, RISD graduate Reiko Murakami has won the fest's Student Experimental/Animation prize for her short film "Kujira." Click here for more about Murakami and click here to watch "Kujira" online.

CFVF winners include:

Documentary Award ($250 prize)
Bill Gottlieb: Riffs by Bill Hall

Independent Narrative ($250 prize)
Partially True Tales of High Adventure by Murphy Gilson

Student Narrative ($250 prize)
Maine Story by Nina Chernik

Independent Experimental/Animation ($250 prize)
Mugs by Ronnie Cramer

Student Experimental/Animation ($250 prize)
Kujira by Reiko Murakamim

Screenwriting Award ($250 prize)
Jack of Diamonds by Edward Tyndall

Kodak Cinematography Award
China by Jacob Hatley

CineFilm Award for Direction
Absolute Zero by Alan Woodruff

Fauxharmonic Orchestra Award for Best Original Score
China by Jacob Hatley (score by Daryl White)

March 4 - 10, 2009

Lake County Film Festival
College Of Lake County
19351 W. Washington St.
Grayslake, IL 60030-1198
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

March 5, 2009

The Luggage Store
Full Moon Concert Series
1007 Market St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Storm Moon
Music/sound-art performance by Ronnie Cramer

March 6 - 8, 2009

Honolulu International Film Festival
Honolulu, HI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major
Recipient of the Aloha Accolade Award
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs
Recipient of the Gold Kahuna Award

March 6 - 8, 2009

Da Vinci Film Festival
Corvallis, OR
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

March 19 - 27, 2009

Tiburon International Film Festival
1680 Tiburon Blvd.
Belvedere Tiburon, CA 94920
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

March 19 - 26, 2009

Boston Underground Film Festival
Kendall Square Cinema
Brattle Theatre
Cambridge, MA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

March 26 - 29, 2009

Heart of Gold Film Festival
Gympie, Queensland, Australia
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

April 2009

Storm Moon Recording Ronnie Cramer
Storm Moon
1. Storm Moon
Recorded March 5, 2009 at the Luggage Store Gallery
San Francisco, California
Part of curator Polly Moller's Full Moon Concert Series
Written and Produced by Ronnie Cramer

April 5 - 10, 2009

El Sawy International Film Festival
Zamalek
Gezira Island
Cairo, Egypt
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

April 16 - 23, 2009

Nashville Film Festival
Nashville, TN
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

April 19 - 25, 2009

41st Annual Humboldt Film Festival
Arcata, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs
Named Best Experimental Film

April 21, 2009

Experimental Film Channel
Denver Crossroads Theater
2590 Washington St.
Denver, CO 80205
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film wHOLE

May 1 - 10, 2009

Buffalo Niagara Film Festival
Buffalo, NY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

May 3 - 8, 2009

British Film Festival LA
Los Angeles, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl

May 6, 2009

Baltimore City Paper

Film Fest Frenzy
City Paper's guide to the Maryland Film Festival 2009

The eight-minute Cantata In C Major is the most process-oriented film of the program. A six-minute piece of electronic music is presented in synch with both its creation and source. In the middle of the screen are clips of old films, 605 of them, while on the left side of the screen is the waveform of the clip's soundtrack. On the right side of the screen is a visualizer showing that waveform being converted into binary information and fed into a MIDI device and converted into much more palatable electronic audio. Out of the left stereo speaker plays the original input, the bare film soundtrack, while out of the right comes the resulting electronic composition.

May 7 - 10, 2009

Maryland Film Festival
Baltimore, MD
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

May 8, 2009

Downtowner Film Festival
Club Octane
1840 W. Oxford
Sheridan, CO
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Music/Sound-Art performance by Ronnie Cramer

May 18 - 29, 2009

Arts Council of Wayne County
2406 E. Ash St.
Goldsboro, NC 27534
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 25 - June 12, 2009

American Juried Art Salon
Plano, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

May 29 - June 4, 2009

Hoboken International Film Festival
Hoboken, NJ
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

May 29 - 31, 2009

Mexico International Film Festival
Rosarito Beach Hotel Resort and Spa
Rosarito, Mexico
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major
Recipient of the Silver Palm Award

June 6 - July 12, 2009

Rochester Contemporary Art Center
137 East Ave.
Rochester, NY 14604
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

June 17 - 21, 2009

Provincetown International Film Festival
241 Commercial St.
Provincetown, MA 02657
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

June 22 - August 30, 2009

Still Point Art Gallery
193 Hillside Rd.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

July 6, 2009

OtekiSinema
Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend (1992)

Category: Erotica , Movie Reviews , Midnight Cinema , Exploitation Cinema , Our Latest Article
Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend ...
See most pathetic human you can see Marcus Templeton Welcome to the world alone.

With an extremely dark sense of humor, this ultra-cheap movie, a night watchman named Marcus Templeton all of the assets within 2 weeks with tele-girls and prostitutes explain how devoured begins. Leave a girlfriend, one friend is not even extremely unhealthy fed, morning to evening porn subsequent work to do there is no self-hypnosis as absurd business dealing with Marcus Templeton, minor hallucinations began to see anymore going crazy that dominates. Several weight loss drugs picturesque melting belly, trying to call home with the prostitute secretly videotaping his sex life, and this depressed rapidly wallowing in a bottomless pit ...

To all cheapness, despite the rawness and simplicity, Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend movie is quite impressive. (I found impressive and I liked I should say at least. Otherwise normal people, 99 percent of the film for the first 5 minutes off the will) Expression of the film as a 'beat generation' narrative also have the thinking that it did not. Several dependencies and solitude against life, together with a very reckless challenge bosvermislikl ... Just 'beat generation' Even Hitler Had A Girlfriend like novels also available. It's much cheaper in a film project by capturing such deep meaning, sometimes I think about it I'm going too far, insisting that my determined will stand behind what I loved this movie.

Really very, very low budget movie scrubbed. However, some very cheap, as in the movie, in this movie, the story told by the film's cheapness that constitute a parallel to the cheapness, but rather the effect of this cheapness of the film even more riveting. However, this crude film, the director's immaturity, which is obviously a film from the heart come out. In Fightclub (1999) consumer society, and the themes of loneliness, Even Hitler Had A Girlfriend forms the backbone of the film. Of course a much smaller scale but many are watching it in a concentrated manner. The film contained besides despair and darkness, but also against life also contains a comedy mixed with a bosvermislikl. Just don't sit in front of the television on, porn sex tape monitor and listen to the recorded case of a man who falls into the following can a person watching this movie. So film telling the story of a man peeping into the audience, the audience in the same position by inserting, wants to tell everything thoroughly greasing. B-movie expert Joe Bob Briggs in 1992, the best drive-in* film, which he described as Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend, it contains plenty of nude scenes, dark humor and astonishing name, complete with a cult film. For lovers of cinema mixing garbage golden ...

* Drive-in : America entered the car a term used for open-air cinema. These theaters normal vision can not be found in the smaller and usually containing sex and violence, 'cheap' does not constitute a market where movies meet with the audience is important. Especially in the 70s drive-in movies in theaters returned in itself an important factor contributing to the art of cinema. (Can Evrenol - Translated from Turkish)

July 10 - 11, 2009

San Francisco Frozen Film Festival
The Roxie
3117 16th St.
San Francisco, CA 94103
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs
Award for Best Digital Film

July 16 - 17, 2009

T-10 Video Festival
21 Grand
416 25th St.
Oakland, CA 94612
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

July 17 - August 28, 2009

Cooperstown Art Association
74th Annual National Exhibition
22 Main St.
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

July 21, 2009

Franklin Furnace

Making the World Safe for Avant-Garde Art

Yoonhye Park, Kate Gilmore, FF Alumns, at SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery, Manhattan, opening July 23

A group exhibition that explores the many faces of heroic female figuration. Curated by Kate Gilmore.

Amalie Atkins
Kim Meijer
Jessica Clauser
Habby Osk
Ronnie Cramer
Yoonhye Park
Valerie Garlick
Katarina Riesing
Swati Khurana
Sarah Stuve
Juliana C. Leite
Yi Hsin Tzeng
Julie Lohnes
Jody Wood

July 21 - August 14, 2009

SOHO2O GALLERY CHELSEA
511 West 25th Street, Suite 605
New York, NY 10001

Opening Reception: Thursday July 23rd 5-7pm

July 21 - August 15, 2009

SOHO20 Chelsea Gallery
511 W. 25th St.
New York, NY 10001
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

July 22 - August 30, 2009

Art Exhibition Target Gallery
Torpedo Factory Art Center
105 N. Union St.
Alexandria, VA 22314
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

July 24 - Aug 2, 2009

Expresión en Corto International Film Festival
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Guanajuato, Mexico
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

July 25 - August 1, 2009

Woods Hole Film Festival
87 Water St.
Woods Hole, MA 02543
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

August 1 - 30, 2009

Art Exhibition Marin Society of Artists
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Ross, CA 94957
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

August 5 - 8, 2009

West Hollywood International Film Festival
618 Westbourne Dr.
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

August 8 - September 7, 2009

Hollingsworth Gallery
160 Cypress Point Parkway
Palm Coast, FL 32164
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

August 9, 2009

Artist in Transit

Boxing Gloves and Bustiers
Heather Sunders interviews Kate Gilmore

Q-Artists like Ronnie Cramer and Jody Wood redefine our notions of acceptable female behavior with with their physically aggressive female protagonists. Cramer profiles a very dedicated female wrestler and Wood attacks women in public spaces in what feels like a spoof. What has the reaction been to works like these in the exhibition?

A-I think all the works in the exhibition have received great reactions, but I haven't been around on a daily basis to give you the detailed responses. I do, however, feel that these pieces in particular reflect a strong aggressiveness in the female characters, allowing the audience to view an unexpected reality. Especially, the Ronnie Cramer piece because this is a documentary project where these actions are really taking place as opposed to planned and 'acted.'

August 14, 2009

Arts Advisory & Design Studios

Target Gallery’s In the Flesh II: Hands, Eyes and Upholstery?

Colorado’s Ronnie Cramer’s watercolor Blue and Gray attracted much attention from gallery visitors. Amazingly priced at just $250, painted eyes and hands appear in an almost fused (or confused) form. Cramer’s work deserves a second and third look especially given its price point. - Shauna Lee Lange

August 27 - 30, 2009

Landlocked Film Festival
Iowa City, IA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

September 2009

Kilter Magazine

FILM FEST @ 1901 Gallery - Social Outcasts, Maniacal Women, Boob-a-Rama!

On Sunday, October 4, the 1901 Gallery (1901 W. Belmont at Wolcott) will host a film fest featuring two of Ronnie Cramer’s work, Back Street Jane (1989) @ 6p and Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend (1991) @ 8p. Due to the sexual nature of the 8:00 show, 18+ only. BYOB. Donation for the gallery requested.

Doors to the gallery will open thirty minutes before Back Street Jane begins screening at 6:00. This film captures two female companions-turned-partners in crime as they try to rip-off a coke-dealing thief who was involved in a past mutual companion’s murder. Shot in black and white 16 mm, it’s a low-budget yet well-done film with a nail-biting plot. Mystery Seen couldn’t describe it any clearer: 'a slick yet gritty combination of straightforward crime flick and underground art film, Cramer's tale of amoral female hustlers belies its non-existent budget, and along the way presents a memorably scary Dragon Lady.'

Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend (screening around 8:00) is the story of middle-aged Marcus Templeton who is desperate for love. His free time is mostly spent watching pornography, but Marcus’ desire to have someone to hold is not nearly satiated. Dating has proved unfruitful so he resorts to hiring prostitutes, sooner or later recording his scenes so he can relive them at his loneliest. A tragic story with an unsuspecting ending, it’s a mix of “…a perceptive examination of loneliness…” (Roanoke Times) and 'Breasts-a-go-go!' (Bang).

Ronnie Cramer is an independent artist, musician and film director from Colorado. His films and shorts have received critical acclaim and reached cult status. For further information on all of Cramer’s work, please visit sepnet.com/rcramer and for more information on the 1901 Film Fest, please contact Erin Petersen at yin_licious@yahoo.com.

September 3 - 7, 2009

Ferndale Film Festival
Ferndale, MI
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

September 4 - 13, 2009

APW Gallery
48-18 Van Dam St.
Long Island City, NY 11101
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 10, 2009

Illinois Today

A world of indie film comes to Springfield
The capital city’s own Route 66 International Film Festival is next weekend at Hoogland Center for the Arts

Named one of the 25 festivals worth the fee in 2008 by Moviemaker Magazine, the eighth annual Route 66 International Film Festival gathering will surely be cited for that same honor again this year. The roster of films on tap this year is one of the most eclectic put together yet and features some of the strongest filmmaking to be screened at the festival to date. From innovative animated features, experimental shorts, feature-length dramas and moving documentaries, the fest truly has something for all tastes and more than its share of welcome surprises. - Chuck Koplinski
Cantata in C Major by Ronnie Cramer named Best Experimental Film

September 12 - October 24, 2009

Art Exhibition Riverside Art Museum
Watercolor West XLI
3425 Mission Inn Ave.
Riverside, CA 92501
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 18 - October 30, 2009

Art Exhibition Richmond Art Gallery
RAG ATC Exhibition
7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond BC, Canada V6Y 1R9
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 18 - October 4, 2009

Art Exhibition Art Center of Estes Park
Estes Park, CO
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

September 20 - 21, 2009

Route 66 Film Festival
Hoogland Center for the Arts
420 S. 6th
Springfield, IL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major
Named Best Experimental Film

September 21, 2009

Chicago Reader

FILM FEST @ 1901 Gallery - Social Outcasts, Maniacal Women, Boob-a-Rama!

On Sunday, October 4, the 1901 Gallery (1901 W. Belmont at Wolcott) will host a film fest featuring two of Ronnie Cramer’s work, Back Street Jane (1989) @ 6p and Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend (1991) @ 8p. Due to the sexual nature of the 8:00 show, 18+ only. BYOB. Donation for the gallery requested.

Doors to the gallery will open thirty minutes before Back Street Jane begins screening at 6:00. This film captures two female companions-turned-partners in crime as they try to rip-off a coke-dealing thief who was involved in a past mutual companion’s murder. Shot in black and white 16 mm, it’s a low-budget yet well-done film with a nail-biting plot. Mystery Seen couldn’t describe it any clearer: 'a slick yet gritty combination of straightforward crime flick and underground art film, Cramer's tale of amoral female hustlers belies its non-existent budget, and along the way presents a memorably scary Dragon Lady.'

Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend (screening around 8:00) is the story of middle-aged Marcus Templeton who is desperate for love. His free time is mostly spent watching pornography, but Marcus’ desire to have someone to hold is not nearly satiated. Dating has proved unfruitful so he resorts to hiring prostitutes, sooner or later recording his scenes so he can relive them at his loneliest. A tragic story with an unsuspecting ending, it’s a mix of “…a perceptive examination of loneliness…” (Roanoke Times) and 'Breasts-a-go-go!' (Bang).

Ronnie Cramer is an independent artist, musician and film director from Colorado. His films and shorts have received critical acclaim and reached cult status. For further information on all of Cramer’s work, please visit sepnet.com/rcramer and for more information on the 1901 Film Fest, please contact Erin Petersen at yin_licious@yahoo.com.

September 24 - 27, 2009

Peachtree Village International Film Festival
Underground Atlanta Welcome Center Theater
Atlanta, GA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

September 26, 2009

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Revenant Film Festival
MOHAI
Seattle, WA
Screening of Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
featuring artwork by Ronnie Cramer
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a collaborative artistic re-envisioning of the 1968 cult classic. International artists and animators were invited to select their favorite scenes and recreate them through their artwork.

October 2009

Vague Terrain
www.vagueterrain.net

Online magazine devoted to digital art, culture and technology. The October 2009 issue provides 'a number of textual and sonic examinations of sub-atomic sound design,' including Ronnie Cramer's music/sound-art piece Pallas as part of a compilation (Smooth Space) curated by composer and electronic musician Kim Cascone.

October 1 - 4, 2009

Louisville's International Festival of Film
Louisville, KY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

October 2 - 4, 2009

Ellensburg Film Festival
Ellensburg, WA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

October 2 - 4, 2009

Coney Island Film Festival
Brooklyn, NY
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

October 4, 2009

The Wichita Eagle

Art Events
Wichita Surrealfilm & Green Art Exhibit, opening reception, 7-11 p.m. Fri., Commerce Gallery at the Go-Away Garage, 508 S. Commerce. Art by area artists, and films by Ronnie Cramer, Dakota Miller and others. Films shown 10-11 p.m.

October 4 -5, 2009

Ronnie Cramer Film Fest Hosted by Erin Petersen
1901 Gallery
1901 W. Belmont
Chicago, IL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Back Street Jane
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend

October 9 - 16, 2009

Surrealfilm and Green Art Festival
Commerce Gallery at the Go Away Garage
508 S. Commerce
Wichita, KS 67202
Art exhibition featuring paintings and multi-media by Ronnie Cramer

October 10, 2009

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
55 Wyckoff Ave.
Ramsey, NJ
Screening of Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
featuring artwork by Ronnie Cramer
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a collaborative artistic re-envisioning of the 1968 cult classic. International artists and animators were invited to select their favorite scenes and recreate them through their artwork.

October 11 - 25, 2009

Art Exhibition Rio Brazos Art Exhibition
Tarleton State University
Granbury, TX
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

October 13, 2009

KMUW

WICHITA Surrealfilm & Green ART Exhibit
9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Featuring Films by: Ronnie Cramer from Denver, Dakota Miller from Wichita and Others. Commerce Gallery, 508 S. Commerce Wichita, KS 67202

October 15 - 18, 2009

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Hellberta Horror Festival
Edmonton, Alberta
Screening of Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
featuring artwork by Ronnie Cramer
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a collaborative artistic re-envisioning of the 1968 cult classic. International artists and animators were invited to select their favorite scenes and recreate them through their artwork.

October 15, 2009

Wichita Downtown

Wichita Surrealfilm & Green Art Exhibit
Oct 9 7:00 pm - Oct 16
Location: Commerce Gallery at the Go-Away Garage
Featuring Films by : Ronnie Cramer from Denver Dakota Miller from Wichita and Others Opening October 9,2009 7-11 Closing October 16,2009 7-11 Films show from 10-11 both evenings

October 16 - 18, 2009

Dixie Film Festival
Carmike Cinema
1570 Lexington Rd.
Athens, GA 30605
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

October 16, 2009

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Severed Sinema
Sherman Theater
524 Main St.
Stroudsburg, PA
Screening of Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
featuring artwork by Ronnie Cramer
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a collaborative artistic re-envisioning of the 1968 cult classic. International artists and animators were invited to select their favorite scenes and recreate them through their artwork.

October 19 - 25, 2009

Utopia Film Festival
15 Crescent Rd.
Greenbelt, MD 20770
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

October 23 - November 1, 2009

Sexy International Film Festival
318 St. Georges Rd., Nth Fitzroy
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend

October 24, 2009

Networked Music Review

Vague Terrain 15: .microsound

The latest of edition of Vague Terrain is dedicated to celebrating the tenth anniversary of the .microsound community. Guest curated by the American composer Kim Cascone, the issue provides a range of commentary and context on 'sub-atomic' musical aesthetics and a window into this globally distributed community of electronic musicians. In Cascone’s own words .microsound is a fertile middle ground between 'the ivory tower of sterile academia' and 'the seizure-inducing din of the dance club.' For those unacquainted with this zone of musical production, this collection of work provides a perfect introduction. - JoAnne Green

October 25, 2009

Serial Consign

We launched a new issue of Vague Terrain last Friday to celebrate the tenth anniversary of .microsound. Curated by the American composer/electronic musician Kim Cascone, the issue provides a number of textual and sonic examinations of "sub-atomic" sound design and a window into the microsound.org community. In the following excerpt from his forward, Kim provides an overview of the last decade of electronic music.

The issue also contains a pair of compilations dedicated to the Deleuzian notions of 'smooth' and 'striated' space with contributions from Mike Rooke, Lubrication, Ronnie Cramer, [ruidobello], Richard Lainhart, sound art, TomDjll, Brett Ian Balogh, Scant Intone, Yota Morimoto, Jorge Castro, Joaquín Gutiérrez Hadid, Francesco Rosati, Asférico, Water Falls, Yann Novak, John Hanes, Epoch_Collapse, Jhenner Gayap Benadrilled, Skjølbrot, Markus Jones, Jon Hawken, Adern X Fades 4:38, Julien Ottavi, Vanessa Rossetto, Kim Cascone, Larnie Fox, eddie135, Di.J Crisis, shg, Cheryl E. Leonard, Noé Cuéllar, Gary R. Weisberg, Osvaldo Cibils, Kotra, Gintas K, John Kannenberg, Ricky Pannowitz, ocp, TheSAD, Margaret Schedel, Pereshaped, so/on, Eric Miller, Nux Vomica, v4w.enko, UmanoidSomeday, Epoch Collapse, Umanoid and Noé Cuéllar. - Greg J. Smith

October 27, 2009

Last.FM
Rock-a-Rolla
Ronnie Cramer added to playlist

October 29 - November 1, 2009

Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
Mayhem Horror Festival
Broadway Cinema and Media Centre
Nottingham, UK
Screening of Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated
featuring artwork by Ronnie Cramer
Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated is a collaborative artistic re-envisioning of the 1968 cult classic. International artists and animators were invited to select their favorite scenes and recreate them through their artwork.

November 2009

ArtSceneToday.com
words, words, words

If a picture paints a thousand words, what kind of art comes from the use of words?

Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 2009

Sexy International Film Festival
Perth, WA, Australia
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Pillow Girl
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Even Hitler Had a Girlfriend

November 1 - December 5, 2009

Art Exhibition Renaissance Art Gallery
5481 James River Rd.
Huntington, WV 25704
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 2 - 27, 2009

Art Exhibition Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville/Douglas County
8652 Campbellton St.
Douglasville, GA 30134
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 5 - 14, 2009

Independents' Film Festival
Tampa, FL
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

November 7 - 22, 2009

Art Exhibition Climate Gallery
37-24 24th St.
Long Island City, NY 11101
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 8 - 27, 2009

Art Exhibition Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia
75 Bennett St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 10 - December 10, 2009

Art Exhibition James A. Cade Center for Fine Arts
Anne Arundel Community College
101 College Pkwy
Arnold, MD 21012-1895
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 11, 2009

Herald-Dispatch
Winners for miniature exhibition announced at gallery reception

DeBoer Park HUNTINGTON -- The winners for the 9th Annual National miniature Exhibition were announced at the opening reception Nov. 1 at the Renaissance Art Gallery in Huntington.

The show was juried by Brent Thomas, assistant professor of art at West Virginia State University at Institute.

'Brahma Calf' by Jean Cook, Paola, Kan.
'Hewn' by Janet Laird-Lagassee, Auburn, Maine
'High Loft' by Wayne J. Chunat, Malvern, Ohio
'Trees' by Janet Ripper Chambers, Winfield, W.Va.
'Thunder & Mist' by Beverly Fotheringham, Surprise, Ariz.
'Gone to Pieces' by Regina G. Swim, Charleston, W.Va.
'The Key' by Gail MacArgel, St. Peters, Mo.
'Past it's Prime' Charles Tweed, Ft. Myers, Fla.
'Deboer Park' by Ronnie Cramer, Denver, Colo.
'Miami, 2009' by Gregory T. Davis, Aventura, Fla.
'Scrutiny' by Julia L. Hitchock, Waco, Texas

November 12, 2009

Gilroy Dispatch
Highest quality of films since inception of festival in 2004

The growing reputation of the Poppy Jasper Film Festival is starting to attract cinematic submissions from the world's most cutting-edge independent filmmakers. The 39 short movies scheduled for Morgan Hill's home-grown film festival this year include several gems that are a pure pleasure to watch, as well as a few lumps of coal that movie-buffs will wince through. Overall, the quality of this year's offerings is the highest since the festival started in 2004. In no particular order, here are the Morgan Hill Times top 10 "must-see" movies for film fans to view at the Poppy Jasper this weekend:

- 'Cost of Living': Filmmaker Larry LaFond's bizarre comedy gives audiences a glimpse of the comic side of climate change. In the near future, the planet is devastated by rising oceans and the death of species, causing two men and a woman to struggle to peacefully exist with each other in a tiny Pittsburg apartment.

- 'Furtissimo': In this hilarious animated film made by Jacob Cementina, a cat named Fluffy dreams of being an opera diva but must contend with his fellow felines who are into creating a jazz ensemble. The film's computer-generated images are a subtle tribute to the cartoon artistry of Chuck Jones who brought animals to celluloid life.

- 'The Road': Owen Thomas created a short film about karma. The story explores how a chain reaction of good deeds can be started by the simplest of actions - in this case, inserting a coin in a stranger's parking meter to prevent a ticket. The unexpected twist at the end involving duct tape will definitely gain a chuckle out of people with a perverse sense of humor.

- 'True Beauty That Night': Peter Besson's unusual romance story is beautifully filmed and the performers create wonderfully eccentric characters. The film offers an O'Henry ending that will leave audiences wondering what crazy actions people might take when they fall in love.

- 'The Visited': Filmmaker James Caballero has created a low-budget science-fiction horror flick that draws viewers into a strange story about a nerdy writer who finds himself possessed by a murderous alien entity. Caballero uses off-focus cinematography to turn bookshelves in a university library into an evil maze haunted by disturbing images. The acting can sometimes be stiff and the dialogue is often unrealistic. But the shocking twist in the last second of the movie will leave hearts pounding.

- 'Mugs': This four-minute film experiment by Ronnie Cramer is simple in concept but fascinating to watch because it shows the seedier side of the rich and famous. One hundred police mug shots - including Mel Gibson, O.J. Simpson, and Bill Gates - morph in a continuous image-stream set to pounding music.

- 'Land Gewinnen (Gaining Ground)': This 21-minute film was made by Marc Brummund at the prestigious Hamburg Media School. It is by far the best-crafted short film in this year's PJFF lineup. The story focuses on an unmarried Ukrainian couple living illegally in Germany who must deal with the anxiety of being deported if they enroll their young son Mischa in public school. This emotionally-charged story puts a human perspective on the issues illegal immigrants daily face in living in a society where they must keep their true identities secret.

- 'The Peony Pavilion': In this animated short by Zian Liu based on a well-loved Chinese fairy tale by the Ming Dynasty playwright Tang Xianzu, a young woman falls in love with a scholar she meets in a dream. The film is well-worth seeing for the lyrical qualities of the drawings as well as the sensuous traditional Chinese music.

- 'Shadow.Net': John V. Knowles's science-fiction flick takes viewers into the strange world of online movie piracy where nothing is what it seems and no one should be trusted. The 20-minute film is top-heavy with too much exposition at the beginning. But once the real story gets started, the audience meets an assortment of fascinating characters that might have stepped out of a Dashiell Hammett novel if that mystery writer put his pen to modern sci-fi.

- 'Point of Entry': This 27-minute documentary by Zeus Quijano, Jr., depicts the struggles of a young illegal immigrant in the United States dreaming of financially helping his struggling family in Mexico. The blatantly stark cinematography captures the social and economic challenges of two nations divided by an ugly border fence. - Martin Cheek

November 12 - December 5, 2009

Art Exhibition Los Angeles Center For Digital Art
107 W. Fifth St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Art exhibition featuring multi-media art by Ronnie Cramer

November 12 - 15, 2009

Poppy Jasper Film Festival
Morgan Hill, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

November 13 - December 1, 2009

Art Exhibition Allied Artists of America
15 Grammercy Park South
New York, NY 10003
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

November 16, 2009

The Happy Otter
The Hitler Tapes (1994)n

Yea, I know EVEN HITLER HAD A GIRLFRIEND came before THE HITLER TAPES, but I haven't been able to find a copy of it.

At only 55 minutes THE HITLER TAPES kinda seems like a bunch of clips of a movie that was never finished...and that might actually be true since I read that the lead actor was murdered the same year this came out. Lonely dork Marcus Templeton wears a bandage on his head and mentions that he'd been shot by a call girl (I guess that happened in part one). He's unable to get an erection, he sometimes pisses himself and he spends all of his money on hookers and phone sex. They come over and he films them taking a shower or playing with their tits. He even tries to score with a few, but they just complain that his dick is all soft and mushy. Most of these events and his adventures into being a peeping tom are told with audio or video recordings that he sends to his favorite phone sex chick. That's the entire movie.

The budget is fucking low, I'm talking probably just a few hundred dollars, but the direction and the acting are better than I would have expected. I really can't recommend it since the story never really goes anywhere, but I did like the movie for what it was and it makes me want to see part 1 even more. - (Dymon Enlow)

November 17, 2009

Courier Post
Rowan video exhibition explores American culture and traditions

Rowan University Art Gallery presents 'Hurts So Good,' a video exhibition that confronts culture and traditions in America. The works celebrate, critique and satirize representations of American culture and traditions related to sex, religion, politics, economics, technology, popular culture, media and family. 'Hurts So Good' is on display from November 19, 2009 January 8, 2010.

The exhibit features 11 acclaimed artists from the region and across the country: Skip Arnold (Los Angeles), Ronnie Cramer (Denver), Chris Crocker (Los Angeles), Kara Crombie (Philadelphia), George Kuchar (San Francisco), J. Makary (Philadelphia), Chris Miner (New York), Laurel Nakadate (New York City), Mika Rottenberg (New York City), Sarah Stuve (New York City) and Jenny Vosacek (Belmont, CA).

Arnold's 'Marks' is rooted in the tradition of extreme body based work and shows the artist throwing himself at a wall until he finally collapses; Cramer's 'Highway Amazon' tells the story of Christine Fetzer, a female bodybuilder who travels the country wrestling men on beds in hotel rooms.

November 17, 2009

Philadelphia Inquirer
Arts & Entertainment

Rowan videofest
The mysteriously beautiful, cerebral, rather majestic video installations that got so much real estate in large museum surveys of the 1990s may soon be a thing of the past. At least, that's the impression given by the works of the 11 video artists in 'Hurts So Good,' an exhibition curated by Jenny Drumgoole and Jennie Thwing for the Rowan University Art Gallery. Most of these videos are less than 10 minutes long and displayed on small monitors, and their stylistic forebears are home movies, cult feature and documentary films, pop-music videos, and confessional TV shows and ads. They're more YouTube than high art.

Quite a few of the videos in this show are amusing and disturbing. Ronnie Cramer's Highway Amazon (2001), a documentary about a female bodybuilder who makes a living wrestling men in hotel rooms, borrows the look of a Russ Meyer sexploitation film; Jenny Vosacek's documentary film Caregiver Challenge (2005) is only a little less strange than the Maysles brothers' Grey Gardens, and perhaps on a par, since it follows the activities of her own eccentric mother.

November 19, 2009 - January 8, 2010

Rowan University Art Gallery
Hurts So Good exhibition
201 Mullica Hill Rd.
Glassboro, NJ 08028
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Highway Amazon

November 20 - 24, 2009

Paso Robles Digital Festival
4230 Buena Vista Dr.
Paso Robles, CA
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Cantata in C Major

December 2, 2009 - January 29, 2010

Art Exhibition Louisiana Art and Artists' Guild
40th Annual River Road Show
Baton Rouge, LA
Art exhibition featuring paintings by Ronnie Cramer

December 4 - 17, 2009

Anchorage International Film Festival
Anchorage, AK
Screening of Ronnie Cramer's film Mugs

December 13, 2009

South Jersey.com

Art Exhibits
Rowan University Art Gallery presents Hurts So Good, a video exhibition that confronts culture and traditions in America. The works celebrate, critique and satirize representations of American culture and traditions related to sex, religion, politics, economics, technology, popular culture, media and family. Hurts So Good is on display through Jan. 8, 2010. The exhibit features 11 acclaimed artists from the region and across the country: Skip Arnold (Los Angeles), Ronnie Cramer (Denver), Chris Crocker (Los Angeles), Kara Crombie (Philadelphia), George Kuchar (San Francisco), J. Makary (Philadelphia), Chris Miner (New York), Laurel Nakadate (New York City), Mika Rottenberg (New York City), Sarah Stuve (New York City) and Jenny Vosacek (Belmont, CA). Admission to the exhibit and reception is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm, and Saturday, 12 to 5 pm. For more information, call 856-256-4521 or visit www.rowan.edu/fpa/artgallery. Rowan University Art Gallery is located on the lower level of Westby Hall on the university campus, Route 322 in Glassboro, NJ. Gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10am to 5pm and Saturday, 12 to 5pm. For more information, call 856-256-4521 or go to rowan.edu/fpa/artgallery. Rowan University Art Gallery is located on the lower level of Westby Hall on the university campus, Route 322 in Glassboro.

December 16, 2009

Philadelphia City Paper

HURTS SO GOOD
Rowan University Art Gallery

Rowan University Art Gallery presents Hurts So Good, a video exhibition that confronts culture and traditions in America. The works celebrate, critique and satirize representations of American culture and traditions related to sex, religion, politics, economics, technology, popular culture, media and family. Hurts So Good is on display through Jan. 8, 2010. Features video by 11 artists, including Ronnie Cramer, Chris Crocker and Kara Crombie, which looks at America's relationship with sex, politics, technology and other modern memes. Specific subjects cover everything from female bodybuilders to YouTube.

December 30, 2009

Cult Movies and 'B' Films

Ronnie Cramer's Cult Film Site

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