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This program of experimental film and video works unpacks and studies the medium of moving image itself, along with a wide array of subject matter and concepts. From stories including pregnancy, urban life, the “owl theory”, and self-affirming rituals, this group of artists inventively plays with new and compelling methods of filmmaking.

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Total Run Time: 73 minutes

This program will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

Programmed by Guest Festival Shorts Programmer, Emily Eddy.

Content Considerations: Strong language, implied violence.

A short experimental film that sits between documentary and narrative. About the horizon, about death.

I lived, for a few months, in Richard, and his wife Mary’s, apartment, the site of their voodoo spiritual temple in New Orleans. Of course, as priests and priestesses Richard and Mary spoke often of death, transcendence, ethics and health. Our days were slow and filled with philosophical rumination, Richard, a brilliant old man schooling a young wandering wonderer. I recorded most everything on cassette tapes back then and some of those have made it here to the present. To this horizon we’re at now." — Stephanie Barber

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  • Runtime
    9 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Filmmaker
    Stephanie Barber