To coincide with the exhibition Tarantula(s): Bob Dylan’s Novel Revisited at The Woody Guthrie Center, The Bob Dylan Archive will present a parallel series of films, including a rare public screening of Bob Dylan’s directorial debut Eat the Document (1972). Attempting to capture the spirit, trace out the influences and provide insight into the writing of what is surely the most curious book ever written by a Nobel Prize winning writer, this series features short, experimental, works by the likes of Robert Frank, Red Grooms, Ken Jacobs, William S. Burroughs, readings by poets Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Lawrence Ferlinghetti and unseen footage from The Bob Dylan Archive. Program 1, June 24. 2 p.m. at the Woody Guthrie Center Theater. The program is included with paid admission to the Center.