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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS 7: SHE NEVER DREAMS OF PLACES

Tue, Feb 17, 2015
at 8:30 PM (WHITSELL AUDIOTORIUM)
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SHORT CUTS 7: SHE NEVER DREAMS OF PLACES

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS - SHORT CUTS

This program of experimental cinema, programmed and introduced by Cinema Project, delves into personal, familial, and cultural pasts, revealing the difficulty in going back to or moving between physical and psychic spaces.

WHITSELL AUDIOTORIUM     63 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


NOW EAT MY SCRIPT

NOW EAT MY SCRIPT

DIRECTOR: MOUNIRA AL SOLH - (LEBANON)

 

The camera hovers over a car packed with food to be smuggled across the Syria-Lebanon border, including the segmented carcass of a sacrificed lamb, becoming a reflection on the exchange of goods and food between Syria and Lebanon.

24 Minutes    


RETURN TO AEOLUS STREET

DIRECTOR: MARIA KOURKOUTA - (FRANCE)

 

Found-footage of popular Greek movies from the 50s and 60s is manipulated and looped toward the hypnotic and touching, accompanied by extracts of Greek poems and music. 

14 Minutes    


BROKEN TOUNGE

BROKEN TOUNGE

DIRECTOR: MONICA SAVIRON - (US)

 

An ode to freedom of movement, association, and expression is created through images culled from each January 1st issue of The New York Times since its beginning in 1851 and a soundtrack of avant-garde sound artist Tracie Morris performing her poem Afrika.

3 Minutes    


SLEEPING DISTRICT

SLEEPING DISTRICT

DIRECTOR: TINNE ZENNER - (DENMARK)

 

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. 

11 Minutes    


TIME BEING I-VI

DIRECTOR: BARBARA STERNBERG - (CANADA)

 

Brief moments of being, fleeting bits of the surrounding chaos.

11 Minutes    

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