Animation Video 6:00 2004
An organic, dreamlike journey spiraling from life to death. Music by A Silver Mt. Zion
FRENCH SHIP Carole O’Brien
Experimental Video 3:30 2003
In a fishing village, a woman waits anxiously. Will her men return safely? She summons visions of past expectations and calls on her courage.
A PRIVATE HAPPINESS Leighton Pierce
Experimental Video 10:00 2003
“How does one evoke a deeply felt emotion without simply representing it or describing it? This is the first in a series of videos that will explore that question.” LP
SIGH Ann Steuernagel
Experimental Video 12:00 2003
“Consciously he did not hear, but the message is through to his brain.” SIGH is an audio vision created from original and found footage.
DANZANTE SERGIO BATIZ
Documentary 16mm on Video 15:00 \2003
“The Spanish Conquest of the Aztec Empire could not stop a remote Mexican village from annually performing a war dance to God in memory of the sacred conquest. Unfortunately, because of the high rate of immigration, of young Zapotec men to the United States, one of the most important indigenous festivals could be in serious danger of being lost to the next generation. (Many of the dancers from this film no longer live in Teotitlan del Valle, Mexico. They have immigrated to the United States.)” – S.B.
BRITTON, SOUTH DAKOTA Vanessa Renwick
Experimental Video 8:00 2003
“Not only found footage, but a found film made 60-some years ago directly addressing contemporary structural concerns. I wish I had made this film today. Oh, it was made today.” James Benning
WRECKER Nadav Kurtz
Short Video 12:00 2003
“A young man is violently struck by a car, and wakes up injured and bound, convinced that his kidnaper is an attractive girl he met the night before. But nothing can prepare him for the truth when he undoes his blindfoldŠ ” NK
THE COLD ONES Aaron Platt
Short 35mm on Video 7:00 2003
A brother and sister ricochet between recollections of their murdered father and unloving mother.
EXPOSURE Peter Collis
Experimental 35mm on Video 5:35 2003
A curious and remote coastal research site becomes a vibrant and graphic testament to impermanence. Using a range of experimental animation techniques the film studies both physical exposure to time and weathering, and photographic exposure to light, processing chemicals and mark making directly on to celluloid.
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