ANOTHER EXPERIMENT BY WOMEN FILM FESTIVAL
(AXW for short)
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JULY 18, 2018 — 6 PM
IMAGINING NEXT MINUTE
curated by Lili White
TRT: 52.03 minutes
sposored by: New Filmmakers NY
Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Avenue at 2nd Street NY NY 10003
(F train to 2nd Avenue)
Admission: $7 entitles you to see all NEW FILMMAKERS screenings this night!
The Raconteur; Rebecca Krasnik; Denmark/USA; 3.00
Raconteur is a surreal conversation on photography and the relation between the still image and the perception of time, memory and truth.
ARMS; Lucie Friederike Mueller; Austria / Germany; 2.57
Credits: thanks to Jelena Petrovic, Constanze Ruhm
The right to own and use a gun for self-protection is a widespread and politically influential opinion in the USA. ARMS shows us how women in a patriarchal system are supposed to be transformed into confident individuals through the use of a gun. It gives us a sense of the manipulations that have led to weapons becoming a fetish of American society.
Please Come Again; Alisa Yang; USA; 9.00
An essay that narrates the collective and personal memory of three generations of Asian women through the rooms of Japanese love hotels.
1st DAY & NEXT MINUTE; Sara Koppel; MUSIC & SOUND; Sune Køter Kølster; Denmark; 2.30
An explicit rush adventure into a she-persons zone of desires. Where lust & responsibility is constantly dividing & demanding needs.
LETTER FROM THE GONE WORLD; Lydia Moyer; USA; 17.00
Loss returns to us what is gone in this portrait of the future in the past tense.
STONES FOR THUNDER; Kera MacKenzie and Andrew Mausert-Mooney; USA; 20:28
MUSIC; Winter Haven by Golden Birthday (Ryan Sullivan)
SOUNDTRACK: Chris Dammann
SOUND MIX; Kera MacKenzie and Andrew Mausert-Mooney
VOICES: Caesar Glebocki, Laura Vandiver, Tim Sinclair;
Featuring (in order of appearance); Dorothy Humphrey, Caitlin Joy Shantz, Susan Barse, Maria Pecchioli, Chisom Chima, Mike Szlamowicz, Sean Foltin, Kris Seale, Erik Elvgren, Tania Pedroza, Salvador Salazar, Andres Aurelio, Journee Cuffie
CITIES AND STATES OF PRODUCTION:
Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; Beaufort, SC; Austin, TX; Charlottesville, VA; Istanbul, Turkey
3, 2, 1 . . . a TV director counts down, paltry images become actors, and bodies find sync.