Self-described "film bum" Craig Baldwin has made a career of infringing on copyright. He scavenges bits of film and video and puts them together in collages, often theme-related--his first film Wild Gunman
(1978) matched cowboy iconography with advertising and pop-culture imagery, and he has gone on to compose commentaries on German munitions manufacturers, the CIA, an alien intervention in Latin America and conquistadors in the American Southwest. Baldwin's latest opus, Spectres of the Spectrum
(pictured below), takes us to the sci-fi year 2007, where Yogi and Boo Boo, a telepathic father/daughter team, lead a group of media outlaws against a massive governmental/corporate group that plans to erase the brains of every human on the planet. The Vancouver Film Festival called this strange masterpiece "nothing less than the alternative history of our century." A/V Geeks and Flicker have teamed up to bring the film to Go! Studios for a one-night-only screening on Monday, Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. Call 969-1400 for details.