Experimentation. Transcendence. Rapture.
| 46 minutes | 2017
Contemporary dance, experimental cinema and a visceral sensory experience: here is the latest from one of France’s most enigmatic directors. A long-time Festival regular, Philippe Grandrieux is back with a project that’s even more challenging than usual. Co-produced by the Centre chorégraphique national de Montpellier, Unrest is the final part of a multidisciplinary trilogy (performances, films, installations) with the central theme of worry. The bodies of dancers Nathalie Remadi and Lilas Nagoya reconnects with the haunted aesthetic of La vie nouvelle in a frantic, sombre experience.
In keeping with her poetic aesthetic and experimental approach, Abigail Child’s collage-essay on anarcho-feminist Emma Goldman explores the revolutionary...
UNITED STATES | 46 minutes | 2017
Shady characters wander around a hotel straight out of a soap opera while tumultuous clashes ring out from the street. Guests pass through a eabag hotel in...
FRANCE | 46 minutes | 2017
An immersive journey into two disciplines: politically engaged experi- mental documentary and cinematic restoration. In 1976, Bruce Conner released...
UNITED STATES | 46 minutes | 2016
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