In a city known for creative expression and its free-thinkers, the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) is a major cultural institution. The site is a veritable cornucopia of artistic endeavors, including film, performance art, installations, and lectures. Visitors planning a trip to either institution will want to click on the "Visit" section, and others with a more scholarly bent may wish to proceed directly to the "Collections & Resources" area. Clicking on this area's "Film Collection" subsection will reveal a host of resources, including the "Audio & Videocasts" area. This is a real find, as visitors can listen and watch contemporary artists and filmmakers discuss their work in detail. Of course, visitors would be remiss not to look in the "CineFiles" area. Here they can make their way through hundreds of film reviews, press kits, and film festival program notes from decades past.


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