Experiments in Narrative
Programmers, Christine Kolozvary and
Michael Bucuzzo, in person!
Friday, September 26th at 8:00 pm, $7-10
Cinema Babylon is a program of shorts by emerging artists who are exploring both the tropes and excesses of narrative form, and the unraveling structure of avant garde film. Influenced by filmmakers such as George Kuchar, Kenneth Anger, Lewis Klahr, and Ericka Beckman, many of these films remain unseen for being both too narrative and too experimental. This screening is an opportunity to showcase works that abandon the confines of narrative cause and effect for the tenuous logic of a dream.
With support from the Millenium Film Workshop in NYC, Cinema Babylon will tour across the United States in September 2014 in an effort to bridge together like minded film communities, and to spark a discourse about new young talent.
Programmed by Christina Kolozsvary & Michael Bucuzzo
EUDORA by Michael Bucuzzo,
16mm Transfer, 10 min
A CATECHISM OF FAMILIAR THINGS by Gina Marie Napolitan,
Video, 8 min
SPECIES by Cate Giordano,
Video & Film, 15 min
Video, 7 min
Video, 22 min
CHANCES! by Lindsay Denniberg,
Video & Film, 15min
LOLCATS by Rachel Maclean,
Video, 15 min
Trailer is here.
Organized by Ian Curry and Christy LeMaster
Filed under: artist in attendance, experimental, film, narrative, video