When image and language are paired together, written and spoken words can reposition the image’s hierarchical role and create an opportunity for a new point of view. In this program, Korean female filmmakers use text itself as a material—either directly burned into the film or inserted as voice over—to push cinema towards a radical location or realm, engaging with an expansive legacy of colonial power dynamics.
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.