Expired April 1, 2021 4:00 AM
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After the initial live event, the program will be available for on-demand viewing until 12am midnight EDT on 3/31

The festival kickoff screening of experimental, documentary, personal, and animated films featuring beauty in the terror of relinquishing control; a maternal and nurturing gesture; some potted plants; an animated conversation; digital shapes, graphical measurements and heat signatures; an adolescent with albinism; Lawrence Jordan and Joanna McClure; Yayoi Kusama; internal tectonics; and some filmmaker stunts.

Sponsor: a2TECH360

Earthquake contemplates mass surveillance in the modern age with legendary musician Kim Gordon in a music video for her debut solo album No Home Record. Earthquake was shot from the eye of a surveillance camera, which gradually devours the exterior world and ejects a pixelated palette of digital shapes, graphical measurements, and heat signatures onto the screen.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    5 minutes
  • Country
    United States
  • Note
    Los Angeles, California
  • Filmmaker
    Loretta Fahrenholz, TRLLM (Jak Ritger, K8 Howl)