Buffalo Film Series: "Five Beers With The Wrong Woman" (1947)

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Subject: Buffalo Film Series: "Five Beers With The Wrong Woman" (1947)
Date: January 4th 2020
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Buffalo New York (USA) has a rich history in the visual arts. Home to the Burchfield Penny Art Center, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, CEPA Gallery, Hallwalls, Center for Media Studies and many other cultural organizations and exhibition spaces. In the 1960s and 70s Buffalo was a hub of energy and creativity attracting and supporting the work of many artist. In 2012 the Albright-Knox Art Gallery posted an exhibition titled: Wish You Were Here: The Buffalo Avent-garde in the 1970s (curated by Heather Pesanti).

"Five Beers With The Wrong Woman"

A 1947 Film by Joe Orffeo, Jim Tuttle and Tony DeCorse

An early avant-garde independent film made in 1947. Directed by Tony DeCorse with with Buffalo artist Joe Orffeo, Jim Tuttle, Mary DeCorse and John Cosline.

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stills from Seven Beers With The Wrong Woman

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