Programme: - The Broken News Series – Part 1: Disaster (Lori Felker, USA, 4.00 minmin.) - Missing Green (Joey Huertas aka Jane Public, 9.48min.) - Melt In The Shade (Kyoungju Kim, USA, 6.00min.) - No. 1515 (Carolyn Radlo, USA, 5.37min.) - Gowanus Haze (Margaret Rorison, Brooklyn, 5.41min.) - The Time That Remains (Soda Jerk, Australia, 12.00min.) - The Deep Dark (Laura Heit, USA, Music: Emily Lacy, 7.07min.) - 2198 ghosts in the sun people in the sea (Yvette Granata, USA, 3.20min.)
The next AXW Film Festival screening features work by: Jesse Russell Brooks with poet Alexzenia Davis Whitney Johnston Olivia Ciummo Cornelia Eichhorn Tara Merenda Nelson and a film by Beth Portnoy with dancer Amy Larimer.
As the 3-D craze continues to sweep through our nation’s multiplexes, we here at Anthology have seen fit to focus attention on an artist – one of the giants of avant-garde cinema – who has been exploring the possibilities of three-dimensional filmmaking since long before Hollywood dusted the process off and rebooted it for the purp
Friday, May 13, 2011 (All day) to Thursday, May 19, 2011 (All day)
by Iván Zulueta Arrebato 1980, 105 minutes, 35mm. In Spanish with English subtitles.
The series closes with Iv?n Zulueta’s masterpiece, a cult film in Spanish cinema. Zulueta here utilizes many of the techniques he previously developed in such short films as A MAL GAM A, FRANK STEIN, and KINKÓN, bringing together many of his life-long obsessions. A hypnotic, mystical film, open to multiple interpretations, ARREBATO has been unfairly overlooked outside Spain.