A mind-boggling festival of recent European and American video work, sponsored by the American Film Institute, the Film Center, the Center for New Television, and the video department of the School of the Art Institute, featuring such delights as Laura Mulvey and Peter Wollen’s The Bad Sister, short works by Randy Marcus, Peter Greenaway, and Skip Blumberg, episodes from the British television series on the cinema, Visions (including one that compares Chicago’s own At the Movies to its Moscow equivalent), and a mountain of unseen material by and about Jean-Luc Godard, highlighted by a complete screening of his six-hour television series, France/Tour/Detour/Two/Children. The series began on Thursday; it continues through Sunday on the following schedule. Friday, November 22: National and regional winners from the National Video Festival Student Competition, 4:15. Program two of Visions, featuring segments on Christmas films and the Frankfurt museum of cinema machines, 5:30. Passion, a 1982 feature by Godard that explores the role of cinema in the age of television (among other things), 6:30. Godard: History and Passion, a British television program on Godard directed by Keith Griffiths and Ian Christie,“”00.>30.>