© 2006 Microcinema International | MC-550
A CELEBRATION OF BAY AREA FILMMAKING featuring experimental and historical films tracing the evolution of Market Street, San Francisco. Directed by Liz Keim and Melinda Stone.
On September 24, 2005 over 1,000 people joined together in the newly created Organ Pavilion Park across the street from the Ferry Building to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of the film A Trip Down Market 1905. This DVD is a document of that evening.
- The classic A TRIP DOWN MARKET STREET (1905), with a score by Beth Custer performed by the Beth Custer Ensemble.
- The new A TRIP DOWN MARKET STREET (2005) by Melinda Stone and Sprague Anderson, with a score by Beth Custer performed by the Beth Custer Ensemble.
- New commissioned films by Kerry Laitala, Rachel Manera, Katherin McInnis, Tomonari Nishikawa, and Ken Paul Rosenthal
- Historical films including TOM MOONEY PARADE, VJ DAY CELEBRATION, and A TRIP DOWN MARKET AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE
- Behind-the-scenes documentary tracing the evolution of the September 24, 2005 event.
- Interactive Film Comparison: Market Street 1905-2005
- Photographs marking time on Market Street