Neither Created or Destroyed

Thursday, April 11, 9:30 PM

A Trip to the Louvre
Director: Cari Milowicki
Experimental, USA, 2 min.

Cut Copy Sphinx
Director: Virginia Lee Montgomery
Experimental, USA, 4 min.

A feminist twist on the classical myth of Oedipus and the Sphinx, syncing philosophy, feminism, and image theory.

Director: Gabriel Bullen
Experimental, Qatar, 4 min.

A nonlinear film examining U.S. artist Richard Serra’s enigmatic installation, East-West/West-East.

Director: Douglas Urbank
Experimental, USA, 6 min.

An imagined portrait, handmade, improvised, and stream of consciousness.

Song for the Fate of Animals
Director: Tommy Becker
Experimental, USA, 5 min.

A celebration of the wild mixes with icons of the inhumane.

Director: Michael Morris
Experimental, USA, 7 min.

A film made from 35mm prints held in the G. William Jones Film and Video Collection’s archive based on a rare version of the 1928 silent epic Noah’s Ark.

Director: Simon Liu
Experimental, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, USA, 13 min.

A frantic (re)cataloguing of a personal archive and an opportunity for rebirth to forgotten images.

Sir Bailey
Director: Matthew Ripplinger
Experimental, Canada, 8 min.

A Portrait of the filmmaker’s best friend.

A Room With a Coconut View
Director: Tulapop Saenjaroen
Experimental, Thailand, 29 min.

A tour guide and also a hotel rep automated voice, Kanya, leads her foreign guest, Alex, through a beach town in the east of Thailand called Bangsaen.

Fucked Up Point Blank
Director: Shayna Connelly
Experimental, USA, 5 min.

Anxiety unseats the narrator in time and place as she tries to rewrite the story in search of a less violent ending.

The Sequence of Years
Director: Ben Balcom
Experimental, Austria, 9 min.

I am old where I was born. It must have been magnificent once. The way it appears now is not how it was. It couldn’t be. Otherwise this would be something else. Perhaps for a moment I am there again. But when I open my eyes, I can’t remember anything. There is only the longing for a place I’ve never been.

Director: Walter Ungerer
Experimental, USA, 7 min.

I continue to recall a scene on the coast of the Atlanta ocean I filmed several years ago. There are no details. It is haunting and disturbing.