Early animation by the LA-based avant-garde experimentalist, including his eight-film series Picture Books for Adults (1985) and the cutout-animated The Pharaoh’s Belt (1994), described by Jonathan Rosenbaum as “Klahr’s most impressive work—an eerie, suggestive assemblage of advertising and consumer images from the 50s and earlier that slides across the screen like emanations from the American dream, or perhaps the American nightmare.” 80 min.