Showing: Saturday, April 9th at 9:15 PM
Dir. Ricard Carbonell
Patarei, a former barracks and tsarist army coastal battery, became a Prison, one of the major centers of Soviet repression in Tallinn (Estonia) as it was run by the KGB. In the Second World War, the Nazi army detained about a thousand Jews in this place. Today you can visit the lonely rooms.
Over Fractured Water
Dir. Olivia Ciummo
Over Fractured Water is a retelling of an industrial narrative. Legend swells in a hard to identify location as the land extraction leaves a workforce numb and petrified.
A Disaster Forever
Dir. Michael Gitlin
Derived from a 25-year old anonymously recorded cassette tape, transcribed and re-enacted on a surround recording stage, A Disaster Forever positions us on the unfamiliar terrain of a highly idiosyncratic cosmology.
Notes from the Interior
Dir. Ben Balcom
Wandering through the body, puzzling out a system of symbols. The trouble is, affect resists signification outright.
Dir. Kristin Reeves
Make movies in your mind, feel the soundtrack, and drift away from your body for the win.
Dir. Lisa Truttmann
6500 is a video essay on the relativity of words, questioning the application of absolute values in an argument, visualized through a play on colors, their spaces, and their highly subjective perspective.
Dir. Robert Todd
Following music through and within the light.
Half Human, Half Vapor
Dir. Mike Stoltz
A mystic’s sculpture garden amidst hurricane damage and property foreclosure.
King James Version Genesis Chapter Nineteen
Dir. Martin Sulzer
Utilising motion capture and live performers, the 3D video attempts a literal re-enactment of the biblical passage of Genesis 19.