Experimentation. Transcendence. Rapture.
| 49 minutes | 2016
An immersive journey into two disciplines: politically engaged experi- mental documentary and cinematic restoration. In 1976, Bruce Conner released Crossroads, a 36-minute montage of the atomic tests perpe- trated by the American government on Bikini atoll in 1946. The environ- mental and humanitarian scandal was lmed by 500 cameras. Forty years later, archivist Ross Lipman tackled Conner’s work, restoring it and adding commentary. A painstaking work that’s a fascinating labour of love.IN PRESENCE OF THE DIRECTOR
As part of Exploding Digital Inevitable, The
From the directors of The Wound comes an essay set in the Calais Jungle. A primitive, epic film and a no-holds-barred tribute to a community that commands...
FRANCE | 49 minutes | 2016
Contemporary dance, experimental cinema and a visceral sensory experience: here is the latest from one of France’s most enigmatic directors. A long-time...
FRANCE | 49 minutes | 2017
While Manivel appears to have changed his stripes, his sense of poetry remains untouched in this film that screened at the Venice Festival. After two works...
FRANCE , Japan | 49 minutes | 2017
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