Releasing Human Energies

(Mark Toscano, 2012, 6 min)

A film about control. A refinement of energy for purposes of conserving resources, materials, impetus, potential, so they might all be narrowly channeled toward an unquestioned goal of maximum profit with minimum waste. Capitalism, in this example, as a process of understanding how to make use of someone as efficiently as possible to get the most out of them that is desired. Instructions for keeping people on task.

Filmmaker in Attendance, 16mm


Directed by Mark Toscano


Showing:

Saturday, March 23 9:30pm

Films in Competition 8

Animated, experimental, documentary, and narrative films including new works by Fern Silva and Shambhavi Kaul.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)