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

This program of recent personal, documentary, and experimental features a certain kind silence, elaborate woodwork, a reflection upon architectural history, a family who documented their lives, and a woman reading a letter in a foreign language.

Community Partner: Michigan Psychoanalytic Society

How much can one imagine, feel, and how many times can one gain trust and lose trust, within only four minutes and thirty-three seconds? Using as a starting point her desire to represent a certain kind of silence, the director plays with the spectator’s need for reliability. “The Last Name of John Cage” acts as a still dialogue between a loud inner tension and the silent one all around.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    4 minutes
  • Country
  • Premiere
    North American Premiere
  • Note
    Zwolle, Netherlands
  • Filmmaker
    Margaux Guillemard