Aug. 26: Boston-based experimental filmmaker and film professor Saul Levine will be making a rare jaunt across the country to Los Angeles to present a selection of films from across his prodigious career.
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Bob Moricz’s Krimi is a stripped down Hollywood action thriller about a hit man returning to Portland and becoming embroiled in the city’s seedy underbelly.
120/80: Stressed To Kill is the latest thriller directed by Mark Savage, in which an agitated man decides to kill all the people in the world who irritate him.
This live-action, stop-motion animated visual extravaganza tells the true story of Leonard Wood, a lonely guy who meets and marries his soulmate, Mary.
Video memories and nostalgia blur together in Jennifer Reeder’s classic installation piece, Lullaby, in which personal footage of ’80s cheerleading tryouts and ballet classes is set to a heavily slowed down and distorted version of Madonna’s early hit, Lucky Star.
Baghdad, Iowa is the latest film by Usama Alshaibi and is a metaphysical road trip across a dreamy landscape and into a tortured psyche.
June 17: The next event in Lili White’s continuously running Another Experiment By Women Film Festival will take place at two separate venues in downtown NYC.
One of the most imaginative short film directors out there, Brian Lonano, is planning on upping his considerable game on his forthcoming film, Gwilliam.
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Let’s talk about the weather. Or, at least observe it. Two climate scientists go about their daily routines throughout the seasons in The Observers, a meditative rumination on observational study directed by Jacqueline Goss.