Entre Temps

(Ana Vaz, 2012, 11 min)

A meditation and a reverie upon a city at once real and imagined. Conceptualized as a documentary on a modernist housing estate in France, the film has instead found form as poetic & expansive confrontation with the psychogeography of a contemporary Europe in crisis. A requiem for a city dreamt between its past and present.-AV

North American Premiere, Video

Directed by Ana Vaz


Saturday, March 23 1:00pm

Films in Competition 5

New works by Ana Vaz, Ben Rivers, and the North American premiere of Stephen Connolly’s Zabriskie Point (Redacted). Program concludes with The United States of America (1975) by Bette Gordon

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)