Experimental Events

Tuesday, March 27

8:15pm
Opening Night Screening

Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Short Film

A selection of short films, featuring innovative new works in animation, documentary, experimental and independent cinema.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

Wednesday, March 28

12:30pm
Peter Rose: Juror Presentation

Experimental, Filmmaker in Attendance, Historic Film, Special Presentations

“Some of us work in a proximate relation with our intended audiences, speaking familiar languages so that the archetypes of our culture may be recognized; and some work out a

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

7:00pm
Voluptuous Sleep

Experimental, Feature Length, Films in Competition

Feature in Competition Betzy Bromberg’s abstract film is a powerful and transportive meditation on the nuances of light, sound and feeling evoked through the poetic artifices of cinema — an

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

9:15pm
Films in Competition 2

Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Short Film

New films and video by Mary Helena Clark, Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Marc Pelletier, Scott Stark, Jonathan Schwartz, James Sansing, Chris Kennedy with newly restored films by Phil Solomon and Pat

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

9:30pm
Out Night with Barbara Hammer

Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Historic Film, Narrative, Short Film, Special Presentations

A celebration of historic and influential LGBTQ films, featuring trailblazing filmmaker Barbara Hammer in person with her films. Tina Takemoto’s video Looking for Jiro (2011), Ira Sachs’ 1994 film Lady,

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

Thursday, March 29

7:00pm
Poetic Injustice: Short Films from the Arab World

Documentary, Experimental, Historic Film, Narrative, Short Film, Special Presentations

Curator Irina Leimbacher will present films and videos from the past 25 years from Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, and Morocco. What does it mean to speak one’s history and the dreams

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

7:15pm
Bruce Baillie Retrospective 1

Documentary, Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

Bruce Baillie will be present in a rare appearance for this screening of several of his 16mm films including Castro Street (1966, 10 min.); Tung (1966, 6 min.); Here I

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

9:30pm
Films in Competition 3

Animation, Experimental, Films in Competition, Historic Film, Short Film

New experimental, animated, and abstract works by Charlotte Pryce, Lawrence Jordan, Rei Hayama, Norbert Sheih, and Telcosystems. Program begins with a newly preserved 16mm print of Chakra (1972, 6 min)

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

Friday, March 30

5:00pm
SPACE / TIME: Japanese Avant-Garde Films of the 1970s & 1980s

Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

Co-curator Tomonari Nishikawa presents rare, influential 16mm films including work by Toshio Matsumoto, Takeshi Ito, Mako Idemitsu, Kohei Ando, and others.

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

7:15pm
Films in Competition 4

Animation, Experimental, Films in Competition, Historic Film, Narrative, Short Film

New films from Martin Arnold, Janie Geiser, Rob Todd, Laida Lertxundi, Kerry Laitalia, Jodie Mack, Albert Sackl and Tina Frank. Program includes Gus Van Sant’s 1978 short film The Discipline

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

9:15pm
Films by Phil Solomon

Experimental, Filmmaker in Attendance, Short Film, Special Presentations

A program of works drawn from three decades of the texturally extravagant and profoundly elegiac cinema of Phil Solomon. From his exquisitely bejeweled hand processed 16mm films to the more

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

11:30pm
Paul Clipson: Compound Eyes 1-5 and Sketches From the Field

Experimental, Filmmaker in Attendance, Special Presentations

San Francisco-based filmmaker Paul Clipson presents his Super 8mm films. Compound Eyes 1-5 (2011, 27 min) are studies of insect and animal life, viewed within a succession of environments in unexpected

The B-Side @ Neutral Zone

Saturday, March 31

12:30pm
Films in Competition 6

Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Short Film

New experimental and documentary films from Canada, Romania, Germany and Singapore.

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

1:00pm
Bruce Baillie Retrospective 2

Documentary, Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

Includes Baillie’s 1965 masterpiece Quixote. Scott MacDonald will introduce the program with Bruce Baillie in attendance.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

3:30pm
Films in Competition 7

Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Short Film

New non-fiction films from Sasha Waters Freyer, Richard Wiebe and Robert Fenz among others.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

7:15pm
Films in Competition 8

Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Short Film

New experimental, animated and documentary films from Peru, Finland, Japan and the U.S. including Suzan Pitt’s latest film, Visitation. Please arrive early - Pat Oleszko gives a special live performance

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

9:30pm
Films in Competition 9

Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Historic Film, Short Film

New abstract, experimental documentary and animated films from the U.S., England, and Germany including recent works by Jennifer Reeves, Fern Silva, Stephen Irwin, Sylvia Schedelbauer, Rob Todd, Evan Meaney, Martin

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

Sunday, April 01

11:00am
Films in Competition 10

Documentary, Experimental, Films in Competition, Historic Film, Short Film

New experimental films from David Gatten, Samantha Rebello, Takashi Makino and J Mabe. Program includes the rarely seen 16mm film Porch Glider(1970, 25 min) by James Herbert.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

1:00pm
Films in Competition 11

Documentary, Experimental, Historic Film, Narrative, Short Film

George Kuchar’s 1966 classic Hold Me While I’m Naked with new narrative, documentary and experimental films by Bobby Abate, Dietmar Brehm, Kevin T. Allen, Josh Gibson, and Kevin Jerome Everson.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

1:30pm
In Praise of Shadows: Japanese Avant-Garde Films of the 1990s & 2000s

Experimental, Historic Film, Short Film, Special Presentations

In Praise of Shadows consists of nine Japanese experimental works from the 1990s and 2000s, made with various techniques via chosen media. All show the artists’ exploration of moving images,

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

3:30pm
Quick Billy: Bruce Baillie Retrospective 3

Experimental, Feature Length, Historic Film, Special Presentations

Part Eastern philosophy, part gunslinger Western, Quick Billy plays as a “horse opera in four reels” and meditation on the transformation of life to death. Film critic Michael Sicinski will

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)

Experimental Films

Kudzu Vine

(Josh Gibson, 2011)

Through images of kudzu-covered forms, photographed in black and white and radiating with the luminance of early cinema, this ode to the climbing, trailing, and coiling species Pueraria lobata evokes...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:00pm

Voluptuous Sleep

(Betzy Bromberg, 2011)

“Forces of desire.” (BB) “Voluptuous Sleep is a mesmerizing two-part 16mm meditation on the nuances of light, sound and feeling as evoked through the poetic artifices of cinema. Bromberg’s close-up...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 7:00pm

Vexed

(Telcosystems, 2012)

As physicists are closing in on the particle described as the fundamental building block in our understanding of the Universe, Telcosystems show a far less conclusive particle theory; one that...

Showing Thursday, March 29 9:30pm

To Quit, To Quiet

(JB Mabe, 2011)

A christmastime film in my grandparent's living room. "But to the end of time certain places of the world remain defined for him as the place where those sensations were;...

Showing Sunday, April 01 11:00am

Walt Disney’s “Taxi Driver”

(Bryan Boyce, 2011)

Walt Disney's re-imagineering of Martin Scorsese's classic film "Taxi Driver" follows Mickey Mouse-obsessed Travis Bickle as he looks for love in a rapidly transforming New York City....

Showing Friday, March 30 9:30pm

Saskatchewan

(Richard Wiebe, 2011)

16mm footage and Edison Voicewriter recordings introduce to me a family I never knew. I see my dad, age 7, in 1943 stand in front of a movie camera. I...

Showing Saturday, March 31 3:30pm

Snakes and Ladders

(Katherin McInnis, 2011)

A flicker film of possible narratives, including an excavation of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping and associated tabloid frenzy, and the cyclical nature of financial crisis. Soundtrack by Akiko Suzuki....

Showing Tuesday, March 27 8:15pm

RocketKitKongoKit

(Craig Baldwin, 1986)

This kaleidoscopic, amphetamine-paced tour de force uses a barrage of found-footage images and rapid-fire narration to trace a history of Zaire since its independence in 1960. The CIA, German munitions...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 7:15pm

Runs Good

(Pat O’Neill, 1970)

A darkish journey down memory lane, to visit some news events, folkways and thought patterns associated with the late forties and early fifties. The film is also concerned with such...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:15pm

What’s Out Tonight Is Lost

(Phil Solomon, 1983)

“Adopting its title from a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay, What’s Out Tonight Is Lost is an elegiac film sifting through the unrecoverable. The film is a reflecting pool...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:15pm

River Rites

(Ben Russell, 2011)

“Animists are people who recognize that the world is full of persons, some of whom are human, and that life is always lived in relationship with others.”—Graham Harvey, Animism A...

Showing Tuesday, March 27 8:15pm

Heavy Eyes (Schwere Augen)

(Siegfried A. Fruhauf, 2011)

In this hand-processed inscription of cinema negation, unnamed players in found-footage fragments shimmer hypnotically in faint exchanges as a sound engine bears down heavily from above. Darkened figures outline themselves...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:15pm

If the War Continues (H. Hesse)

(Jonathan Schwartz, 2012)

For ascending: “and before I could be noticed again and taken to task, I spoke to the tiny blessed star within me, shut off my heartbeat, made my body disappear...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:15pm

A Lax Riddle Unit

(Laida Lertxundi, 2011)

In a Los Angeles interior, moving walls for loss. Practicing a song to a loved one. A film of the feminine structuring body. –Laida Lertxundi...

Showing Friday, March 30 7:15pm

Forest Walk

(Mike Hoolboom, 2011)

This brief black and white sojourn finds a father and son wandering, midway upon the journey of their lives, as the saying goes. Vincent Grenier adds slow motion heat to...

Showing Saturday, March 31 12:30pm

THX 1138

(George Lucas, 1971)

George Lucas adapted this, his first film, from a short he made at University. THX 1138, LUH 3417, and SEN 5241 attempt to escape from a futuristic society located beneath...

Showing Saturday, March 31 11:59pmFriday, March 30 11:59pm

FLIGHT

(Greta Snider, 1997)

My father’s photographic legacy, compiled and transformed into light. His family photographs, his hobbyist pictures of trains and roses, his airplanes and his obsession with birds circling...these images are imprinted...

Showing Thursday, March 29 9:15pm

Yellow Horse

(Bruce Baillie, 1965)

"Cycle scrambles poem. Bass solo by Pat Smith, LA". - BB...

Showing Saturday, March 31 1:00pm

Valentin de las Sierras

(Bruce Baillie, 1967)

"This ten minute portrait of lives lived in rare air and under sunlight of liquid gold is, simply put, one of the most beautiful films ever made." –Chuck Stephens "In...

Showing Saturday, March 31 1:00pm

Quixote

(Bruce Baillie, 1965)

"One-year journey through the land of incessant progress, researching those sources which have given rise twenty years later to the essential question of survival." -BB The bearded figure at the...

Showing Saturday, March 31 1:00pm

Tin-Pressed

(Dani Leventhal, 2011)

Opening with jarring violence, Dani Leventhal’s Tin Pressed, proceeds to negotiate a balancing act between the bewildering tonal variances of daily life—with all of its unnamable and enchantingly fragmented specifics—and...

Showing Saturday, March 31 12:30pm

Gestalt

(Takashi ISHIDA, 1999)

Amber sunlight shines through a window into the corner of the room. The shadows projected on the wall and the shadows created by animated drawing are erased and eroded. As...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Flower

(Yuiko MATSUYAMA, 2004)

Transforming pools of india ink and salt into a microscopic field overflowing with brilliant shards of light and color. – Y.M....

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Still

(Shiho KANO, 1999)

Action of the character in the film is expressed by monochromatic still pictures, in fine, time is in cut state. Though color scenes inserted in the film have flowing time,...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Plate #24 (solid of revolution)

(Ryusuke ITO, 2004)

In order to investigate the necessity of film as a medium for moving images, I have focused on its materiality. First, I created a collage with found footages of various...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

EVE

(Takashi Makino, 2004)

I created this film to express a feeling of the beginning of something and an image of the newborn vitality. – T.M....

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Garden/ing

(Eriko SONODA, 2007)

A photograph of the scene outside a window, enlarged the same size as the window, was repeatedly pasted to and removed from the window while shooting single frames of the...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

A Burning Star (short version)

(Kenji ONISHI, 1995)

In A Burning Star, my inner conflicts find a cruel form. Through the camera I come to terms with my father's death. It's only natural that a person should tremble,...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Ambiguous Funeral

(Ichiro SUEOKA, 2004)

This is part of an on-going project, "re-interpretation for the private films," in which I recreate old home movies. Today, we reflect on the way to understand the past events...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

Like Flowing, Like Spinning

(Akira MIZUYOSHI, 2009)

I drag a 16mm negative film in a darkroom, improvisationally adhere it with the developed 16mm positive film and expose them by light of Maglite. I intentionally let a film...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:30pm

XXX!

(Dietmar Brehm, 2011)

A dark rose montage of image-things, their sequence and arrangement veiled by an untold story in the ghostly cast of white shadow and black candle flame. Wig-sporting skulls, wedding cake...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:00pm

KIRI

(Sakumi HAGIWARA, 1972)

A single uncut shot from a stationary camera photographs a fog shrouded landscape, at first totally white but then gradually revealed....

Showing Friday, March 30 5:00pm

Spacy

(Takashi ITO, 1981)

Spacy consists of 700 continous still photographs which are re-photographed frame by frame according to a strict rule where movements go from rectilinear motion to circular and parabola motion, then...

Showing Friday, March 30 5:00pm

Atman

(Toshio MATSUMOTO, 1975)

A visual tour-de-force and a landmark film of the Japanese avant-garde, Matusmoto creates a pulsing, circular motion through 480 stills of a demonic Noh mask taken from different angles. Music...

Showing Friday, March 30 5:00pm

My Movie Melodies

(Jun’ichi OKUYAMA, 1980)

In this film, the image produces the sound, the "sound image." Various images are used to cover a wide range of sounds. The main melody is radiographic image of a...

Showing Friday, March 30 5:00pm

At Yukigaya 2

(Mako IDEMITSU, 1974)

An abstract film shows the images of tree shadows or the sky in natural light with sharp contrasts. In this personal film, Idemitsu lived between Japan and USA, contains the...

Showing Friday, March 30 5:00pm

Shadow Cuts

(Martin Arnold, 2010)

The first in a four-film series, Martin Arnold directs his deconstructive impulses to the heritage of Walt Disney. The result is a neurotic re-animation that comes to life in the...

Showing Tuesday, March 27 8:15pm

Soft Palate

(Martin Arnold, 2011)

The second film in Martin Arnold's series of Disney deconstructions; Soft Palate rhythmically builds Mickey’s sleeping body out of the darkness of his bedroom one body part at a time,...

Showing Friday, March 30 7:15pm

Self Control

(Martin Arnold, 2011)

The third film in Martin Arnold's recent series. "Arnold uses subtle loops and rhythmical effects to unearth what Hollywood productions and Disney features repress, releasing suppressed gestures and suggesting associations...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:30pm

Haunted House

(Martin Arnold, 2011)

The frames of a 40’s cartoon film are dispersed into their original graphic elements by means of digital de- and reanimation, the character in the foreground as well as the...

Showing Saturday, March 31 9:30pm

Forms Are Not Self-Subsistent Substances

(Samantha Rebello, 2010)

Flesh, blood, milk and meat are the subject of a film which tries to get inside “substance” via medieval imagery. An attempt to explore “what things are” through juxtaposing bestiary...

Showing Sunday, April 01 11:00am

Joshua City

(Kevin T. Allen, 2011)

A cross-cultural camera roll of two desolate landscapes. One half shot in the Mojave Desert of Joshua Tree in California, the other half in the industrial ghost town of Industry...

Showing Sunday, April 01 1:00pm

Passage Upon the Plume

(Fern Silva, 2011)

Plumes dust the arid land, east to west, shapeshifting as they lift in ascension. Something lowers. An ark ran aground where revolution took root: ropes raise stones in baskets. Hearts...

Showing Saturday, March 31 9:30pm

Peril of the Antilles

(Fern Silva, 2011)

Peril of the Antilles was filmed at the beginning of November 2010 while visiting a friend in Haiti. At this specific time, the cholera epidemic was on its way to...

Showing Saturday, March 31 3:30pm

Generator

(Takashi Makino, 2011)

North American premiere of Makino's most recent work with a score by Jim O'Rourke. The film recently was given the Tiger Award for Short Film, IFF Rotterdam. The images reach...

Showing Sunday, April 01 11:00am

Porch Glider

(James Herbert, 1970)

Porch Glider is James Herbert's rarely seen masterpiece, one of over a dozen films by Herbert screened at AAFF from the late 1960s to the mid 1970s. The film is...

Showing Sunday, April 01 11:00am

New Improved Institutional Quality

(Owen Land (formerly known as George Landow), 1976)

New Improved Institutional Quality: In the Environment of Liquids and Nasals a Parasitic Vowel Sometimes Develops This film is not in competition Screening of this film is supported by the...

Showing Saturday, March 31 9:30pm

20 Hz

(Semiconductor, 2011)

20 Hz observes a geo-magnetic storm occurring in the Earth's upper atmosphere. Working with data collected from the CARISMA radio array and interpreted as audio, we hear tweeting and rumbles...

Showing Saturday, March 31 7:15pm

Circle

(Minna Parkkinen, 2010)

"Circle" illustrates the devastating sorrow caused by the death of a loved one, the interim survival, and slow recovery. The film, which is the final part of a trilogy, depicts...

Showing Saturday, March 31 7:15pm

Under the Shadow of Marcus Mountain

(Robert Schaller, 2011)

Made with a rudimentary pinhole technique, traces of a mountain landscape are captured in black and white. 'The structures of our thought filter what we see, and in fact there...

Showing Saturday, March 31 7:15pm

Flower, the Boy, the Librarian

(Stephanie Barber, 1996)

"...A submerged haiku-esque narrative..."; Stephanie Barber's 1996 filmflower, the boy, the librarian is composed of three bits of footage in succession: a blossom wriggling in re-edited motion; the head of...

Showing Saturday, March 31 7:15pm

A Preface to Red

(Jonathan Schwartz, 2011)

A single recording, recorded in a tunnel that one passes through after exiting a boat taking you from one continent to another, where people are selling bright colored toys and...

Showing Saturday, March 31 7:15pm

Mass for the Dakota Sioux

(Bruce Baillie, 1964)

A film Mass, dedicated to nobility and excellence. The film begins with a short introduction - "No chance for me to live, Mother, you might as well mourn." Sitting Bull,...

Showing Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

To Parsifal

(Bruce Baillie, 1963)

Baillie's tribute to Wagner and the myth of the Holy Grail and the Parsifalian hero. Various scenes, first in the Pacific, mainly in the fog (including passing under the San...

Showing Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

Castro Street

(Bruce Baillie, 10 min)

An extraordinary technical achievement and a poetic masterpiece, Castro Street is a layered portrait of the Standard Oil Refinery in Richmond, California which Baillie describes as "coming of consciousness". "I wanted...

Showing Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

All My Life

(Bruce Baillie, 1966)

"Caspar, California; old fence with red roses." -BB...

Showing Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

Tung

(Bruce Baillie, 1966)

One of Baillie's sensuous tone poems, Tung is a portrait of a friend; sandy skin and flaxen hair in the early-morning light. -Scott MacDonald...

Showing Thursday, March 29 7:15pm

Incantation

(Peter Rose, 1970)

Using rapidly edited, superimposed images of plants, trees, water, the sun and the moon, Incantation weaves a dynamic tapestry of organic forms and textures, combining its images with a fierce...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 12:30pm

The Man Who Could Not See Far Enough

(Peter Rose, 1981)

THE MAN WHO COULD NOT SEE FAR ENOUGH uses literary, structural, autobiographical, and performance metaphors to construct a series of tableaux that evoke the act of vision, the limits of...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 12:30pm

Secondary Currents

(Peter Rose, 1982)

Secondary Currents is a film about the relationships between the mind and language. Delivered by an improbable narrator who speaks an extended assortment of nonsense, it is an "imageless" film...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 12:30pm

Frank’s Cock

(Mike Hoolboom, 1993)

"In Frank's Cock, a man talks about his friend Frank in a bold, funny, moving monologue about being born, living, fucking and dying as a gay man. Frank was queer...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:30pm

Jerovi

(Jose Rodriguez-Soltero, 1965)

Screened at the 3rd AAFF in 1965. A sexual probe of the Narcissus myth, Jerovi departs from earlier experimental work by Cocteau, Curtis Harrington, Willard Maas and others, which drew...

Showing Wednesday, March 28 9:30pm

Nocturne

(Phil Solomon, 1980)

Finding similarities in the pulses and shapes between my own experiments in night photography, lightning storms, and night bombing in World War II, I constructed the war at home.-PS "A screaming...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

The Snowman

(Phil Solomon, 1995)

A meditation on memory, burial and decay - a belated kaddish for my father.-PS   The Snow Man One must have a mind of winter To regard the frost and the...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

Psalm II: “Walking Distance”

(Phil Solomon, 1999)

Inspired by Kiefer and Ryder, dedicated to Stan Brakhage. Imagining one of those rusted medieval film cans having survived centuries, a long lost Biograph/Star, a Griffith/Méliès co-production, a two-reeler left...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

Crossroad

(Phil SolomonMark LaPore, 2005)

Mark and I made this film for our friend David Gatten, as a prayer, an offering, a “get well soon” card... for all three of us. It was made on...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

Rehearsals for Retirement

(Phil Solomon, 2007)

The days grow longer for smaller prizes I feel a stranger to all surprises You can have them I don't want them I wear a different kind of garment In...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

Last Days in a Lonely Place

(Phil Solomon, 2008)

Farewell my friends Farewell my dear ones If I was rude Forgive my weakness Goodbye my friends Goodbye to evening parties Remember me In the spring To work for your...

Showing Friday, March 30 9:15pm

Compound Eyes 1 - 5

(Paul Clipson, 2011)

COMPOUND EYES Nos.1-5 is a series of short Super 8mm film studies studying aspects of insect and animal life, viewed within a succession of environments in unexpected ways. Filmed in the...

Showing Friday, March 30 11:30pm

Another Void

(Paul Clipson, 2012)

This vertiginous study of movement, color and darkness, continues an exploration of the process of filmmaking and its close relation to music. Another Void is an almost entirely in-camera edited...

Showing Friday, March 30 11:30pm

Sketches from the Field

(Paul Clipson, 2012)

A moving collage; this amorphous journey through landscapes, indeterminate spaces and fields of darkness, color and light, presents within the environment of a live performance by Chicago musician Scott Tuma,...

Showing Friday, March 30 11:30pm

Kid Beat Box: Twenty-two Tapes, Edit Nine

(Stephen Wetzel, 2012)

Kid Beat Box: Twenty-two Tapes, Edit Nine consists of thirty-five 10-second bits of video lifted from twenty-two standard digital video tapes. "I don't know Kid Beat Box, or I know...

Showing Saturday, March 31 5:00pm

This Our Still Life

(Andrew Kötting, 2011)

Comprised of video and 8mm footage dating back to 1989, artist and filmmaker Andrew Kötting has created an exceptionally warm yet unsentimental portrait of his family life in the French...

Showing Saturday, March 31 5:00pm