Concrete Jungle – 2017
show title: Concrete Jungle
Saturday, April 8, 3:00 PM
Director: Jeremy Moss
Created in-camera in Marfa, TX on a freezing day in January on expired film with my Bolex while the sun was setting.
Return to Forms
Director: Zachary Epcar
A constellation of objects, each emerging into the soft peach-light void of an indeterminate condominium space.
Les Châssis de Lourdes
Director: Rhayne Vermette
An architectural threnody composed through a falsified genealogy of image making and various “true stories” of Lourdes. What time is it? No time to look back.
Director: Calum Walter
An observer journeys down a main street in Chicago towards a neighborhood known for its nightlife. The moving image is slowed to reveal the intermittence of street lights and sports bar televisions. A camera peers into the moments between events.
Director: Diane Nerwen
A multi-layered reverie that merges shot and found images of New York City into a dislocated screenscape. City walkers stroll dreamily through hazy streets where images are more real than the city itself.
Director: Maxime Contour
This New-York is different: it’s a huge movie set without depth. Here, all people have a strange, mesmerizing and confusing characteristic.
News from the Sun
Director: Brendan & Jeremy Smyth
An apocalyptic narrative unfolds through a British tabloid created by media mogul Rupert Murdoch. 4000 single frames are exposed and accompanied by pulsing rhythms of the sun collected by NASA, resembling the Buddhist “Om”, the sound of our universe.
Director: Turner Adornetto
Astute city film, an observational urban poem.
Director: Ben Balcom
An affective portrait of place. An exploration of the city as abstraction.