Experimental/New Media

Runtime: 01:22:34
Available:: Apr 17, 2021 17:00
Until:: May 01, 2021 03:59

Experimental/New Media

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Haiku

Haiku

00:17:17

"Haiku | 俳句" is a symphonic audiovisual project for two Japanese performers, alternating percussion groups, soundscapes and rhythmicized video sequences. The film is an experimental approach to pay tribute to the extraordinary art of Japanese haiku poetry.

Salvage

Salvage

00:10:24

Salvage questions the allure of old objects by reimagining obsolete tools as reliquaries haunted by the souls of disgruntled workers who resent their new jobs. This hybrid intersectional documentary uses magic realism to critique the inequities of gender, ethnicity, and class that underpin consumer capitalism.

Property is Theft lol

Property is Theft lol

00:10:01

A group of young radicals band together armed with bongo drums and Molotov cocktails made from craft beer bottles. An act of extremism is replaced by aesthetic value. Mao’s Little Red Book is no longer in print.

Wall Piano

Wall Piano

00:03:00

Part music video, part magic realism, ‘Wall Piano’ shows a wall as something other than an immovable barrier. As it passes through the imagination of a group of young children, the concept of a powerful wall controlling their lives, out of nowhere, becomes something else. The idea for the short film came from 12 year-old Nada, who also featured in the film.

Through Mabel's Eyes

Through Mabel's Eyes

00:27:39

A woman walks outdoors for inspiration ... and sees the future.
Through her eyes we see humans as they move through nature now and decades later: noisier, busier, the landscape cluttered with housing and trash. Six individuals are revealed to us in the past, bound by gender and class, then re-visited as their future counterparts. Life goes on as the land changes.

Ms VeRtigo

Ms VeRtigo

00:14:13

Can you dance if you are not perfect? Rona lost her balance and her voice in a car accident, and she discovers in 360° that the tingling answer- freedom is in your head!

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