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Burnt in Memory

Sunday, May 17 8:15pm Buy Tickets Burnt in Memory, My Lover Has Steel Legs and Street Lights For Eyes Robert Stockwell 73 min., Video, 2015, USA “Burnt in Memory chronicles life in Chicago. Its impressionistic tableau has no dialogue, no characters, no story, and no acts. It is just a glimpse of people and their […]

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Privilege and Obsession

Sunday, May 17 7:00pm Buy Tickets   Congratulations (One Step At A Time) Roger Beebe 4 min., Video, 2014, USA “Notes on gender in the 21st Century. A sad sequel to “You’ve Come a Long Way, Baby.” Education as factory farming. Congratulations to the cattle.” – Roger Beebe   Privilege and Obsession Stephen Graves 64 […]

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Living Stars

Sunday, May 17 6:00pm Buy Tickets   Out Joan Antúnez 17 min., Video, 2015, Spain “Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic? No. In Out, a documentary filmed during a professional tennis tournament in Barcelona, the main characters are those who remain outside of the play field lines, almost invisible for television. This visual essay leads […]

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SHORTS 12: Of Ever-Ever Land I speak

Sunday, May 17 5:00pm Buy Tickets   Picture Particles Thorsten Fleisch 5 min., Video, 2014, Germany “Individual elements from a carrier of visual information have been isolated to construct alternative visual reagents evoking a golden ratio of the mind’s eye.” – Thorsten Fleisch   In A Perfect Fever Kera MacKenzie, Andrew Mausert-Mooney 8 min., Video, […]

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SHORTS 11: my sweet old etcetera

Sunday, May 17 4:00pm Buy Tickets   Beautiful Things Mike Olenick 5 min., Video, 2014, USA “Sunlight sparking through a window sets into motion this story of a woman recovering from a break up. She heads outside looking for love, but what she doesn’t expect to find is a perfect match. Music by The Wet […]

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Evaporating Borders

Sunday, May 17 3:00pm Buy Tickets Wawa Sky Hopinka 6 min., Video, 2014, USA “This is an anxious video. Featuring speakers past and present of chinuk wawa, an Indigenous language from the Pacific Northwest, Wawa begins slowly, patterning various forms of documentary and ethnography. Quickly, the patterns become tangled and confused, translating and transmuting ideas […]

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SHORTS 10: proud of his scientific attitude

Curated by Emily Oscarson Sunday, May 17 2:00pm Buy Tickets   We Were Not Made For This World Colin West McDonald 4 min., Video, 2014, USA “A robot searching for his creator in the desert lands outside his city. Based on ‘We Were Not Made For This World’ by award-winning cartoonist Paul Hornschemeier.” – Colin […]

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SHORTS 9: when serpents bargain for the right to squirm

Saturday, May 16 10:00pm Buy Tickets   Some Southern Country Michael Paul Lopez 28 min., Video, 2014, USA “A 13-chapter video comic book, wherein a teenage boy experiences sexual adventures and overcomes obstacles of the heart atop a generic, racially ambiguous, American 80s world determined to perpetuate tribal war in a southern jungle. Green agents […]

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Dirty Looks presents “Hardcore Home Movies”

Curated by Bradford Nordeen Saturday May 16 9:00pm Buy Tickets   Fiend Jonesy 3min., 1992, super 8 on DV Shot on super 8 for projections at the legendary sex party, Fiend, in 1992, this short B&W silent reel features members of the queercore band Fagbash in solitary erotic exploits. Part portrait and part salacious dare, […]

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For the Plasma

Saturday, May 16 8:00pm Buy Tickets For The Plasma Bingham Bryant & Kyle Molzan 94 min., Video, 2014, USA “A digital-pastoral drama of friendship, landscape and technology, For the Plasma begins as the story of two young women (Anabelle LeMieux and Rosalie Lowe) employed as forest-fire lookouts in Northern Maine, and ends in a hundred […]

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