Sometimes labeled punk and often referred to as “No Wave” filmmaking, Vivienne Dick’s DIY Super-8 films from the late 70s are raw, fragmentary, arguably feminist, and fascinating for their adversarial stance. Dick seems to reject not only the formalist experimental filmmaking dominant at the time but the very idea that life can be pleasurable: as her characters sleepwalk through Manhattan, their zombielike pace suggests depression, use of controlled substances, or perhaps both. Among the titles screening in this retrospective are She Had Her Gun All Ready (1978) and Beauty Becomes the Beast (1979), both presented in video transfers.