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Sun, March 24, 1:00pm

Films in Competition 10

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

New documentary and experimental films by Dani Leventhal, Mike Hoolboom among others. Program concludes with Spend It All (1971), a lively portrait of Cajun culture, by Les Blank.

Films Showing:

where she stood in the first place.

(Lindsay McIntyre, 2011) 10 min

Situated
 at 
the 
geographic 
center 
of 
Canada, 
Baker
 Lake, 
Nunavut 
is 
the 
only 
inland 
settlement
 in 
the
 Canadian 
Arctic. 
Fixing 
its 
gaze 
on 
this 
stark 
landscape, 
McIntyre's 
haunting 
and 
sparse
...

Decroux’s Garden

(Baba Hillman, 2012) 4 min

A return after many years to the home of a beloved teacher. I am less than a trace returning to this garden, but I am here and my heart turns,...

Buffalo Death Mask

(Mike Hoolboom, 2013) 23 min

A conversation with Canadian painter Stephen Andrews returns us to a pre-cocktail moment, when being HIV+ afforded us the consolation of certainty....

17 New Dam Rd.

(Dani Leventhal, 2012) 8 min

In Dani Leventhal's latest video, 17 New Dam Rd., we are invited along on a house visit with a familial group. There's trash in the garden, guns on the sofa,...

Jackson / Marker 4am

(Ruth Beckermann, 2012) 3 min

Introduced with a quote that invents its own creator, someone is dancing in a figure skating costume to a piece of music that conceals its source. -RB...

Spend It All

(Les Blank, 1971) 41 min

New 16mm preservation print receives its world premiere, courtesy of the Academy Film Archive. Spend It All is Les Blank's rich portrayal of the lives and music of the French-speaking...