Move Screen! Process Cinema! (Vol.2)

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Thinking like someone who makes movies, like those who live in movies, and those who can't stop playing movies. Move Screen! Process Cinema! Vol. 2 revolves around the potentiality of re-situating lenses, frames, screens, and projectors. Opening with an organic pairing of cinema and nature and ending with a non-cinema experience immersed in lights and colors.

Featured artists include Viktoria Schmid, Heehyun Choi, Shun Ikezoe, Mike Rice, Alix Blevins (expanded cinema), arc, and Madison Brookshire (expanded cinema).

Date: 10/23 (Sun) doors 7:30pm, show 8pm
Venue: Whammy! Analog Media - Los Angeles


A proposal to project in 4:3 (2016, 2’30’’, Color, Sound, 16mm to digital)
by Viktoria Schmid
이것은 보이는 것과 다르다 This Isn't What It Appears (2022, 19’34’’, Color, Sound, Super 8mm to digital)
by Heehyun Choi
あの人の顔を思い出せない Dissociative amnesia (2020, 2’40’’, Color, Sound, Super 8mm to digital)
by Shun Ikezoe
About the American War, Part I and Part II (2022, ~13’30’’, Color & B/W, Silent, Two separate reels, Single-channel 16mm projection)
by Mike Rice
Integration (Expanded cinema, 3’00’’, Color & B/W, Sound, Two-channel 16mm projection)
by Alix Blevins  
ascensions (2017, 8’00’’, Color, Silent, Single-channel 16mm projection)
by arc
No. 1, 2022 (Expanded cinema, ~12’00’’, Color, Sound, One 16mm film on six reels, Overlapping double projection)
by Madison Brookshire

Approx. Runtime: 70 minutes

The program is organized by Cherlyn Hsing-Hsin Liu and Erica Sheu


Whammy! Analog - Los Angeles, Estados Unidos


Sunday, October 23, 2022 - 20:00



Sunday, October 23, 2022 - 20:00


  • 2514 Sunset Blvd.
    90026   Los Angeles, California
    Estados Unidos
    34° 4' 46.524" N, 118° 16' 11.0208" W