Sleeping District » Ann Arbor Film Festival

Sleeping District

(Tinne Zenner, 2014, 11 min)

Combining outside and inside views of residential areas built during the Soviet Era with disjointed conversations translated from Russian into a broken English, the film explores notions of home shaped by memory, history, relations and objects. While related to tangible experiences, it suggests how these inform our imagination.

World Premiere, 16mm


Directed by Tinne Zenner


Showing:

Saturday, March 29 11:00am

Films in Competition 6

New experimental, documentary and narrative films, featuring the World Premier of Sleeping District by Tinne Zenner and Certain Things by Mark Toscano; also featuring the Senegalese film Mille Soleils by

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)