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Fri, March 22, 7:30pm

Films in Competition 4

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)

WEST: What I know about her by Kathryn Ramey included with other experimental and documentary films including: I Remember: A Film About Joe Brainard by Matt Wolf, The Mutability Of All Things And The Possibility Of Changing Some by Anna Marziano, Handful of Dust by Hope Tucker and Our Summer Made Her Light Escape by Sasha Waters-Freyer.

Anna Marziano, Hope Tucker, Kathryn Ramey and Sasha Waters-Freyer in attendance.

 

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Community Partner: Chelsea River Gallery


Films Showing:

Our Summer Made Her Light Escape

(Sasha Waters Freyer, 2012) 5 min

A wordless, 16mm portrait of interiority, maternal ambivalence and the passage of time. Sobful to the speaking beings, there is a breeding fever burnout, ou presque. Our Summer Made Her...

I Remember: A Film About Joe Brainard

(Matt Wolf, 2012) 25 min

Modesty, whimsy, and clarity of design grace the work of Joe Brainard (1941-1994), an artist and writer whose evocations of memory and desire perhaps found their greatest expression in his...

Audition

(Karen Yasinsky, 2012) 4 min

The starting point for Audition was the movement of the stripper across the stage in the red light. I rotoscoped the scene and each frame is hand drawn pixels. Once...

The Mutability of All Things and the Possibility of Changing Some

(Anna Marziano, 2011) 16 min

This journey into mutability takes place in Abruzzi, Italy, in a territory that was damaged by the earthquake in 2009. By way of fragments of conversations, archive material and readings...

Handful of Dust

(Hope Tucker, 2013) 9 min

Light the fire and I´ll show you something Something invisible if you don´t look to see it Something which cannot be heard if you don´t care to listen to its...

WEST: What I know about her

(Kathryn Ramey, 2012) 20 min

WEST: What I know about her is an experimental documentary about Elizabeth Crandall Perry: adventurer, midwife and distant ancestor to the filmmaker. Ramey and her 5-yr old son, explore the...