Light, color, and sound are the ingredients of Acetate Diary, a handmade, camera-less film on 16mm that is at once a document of serious bodily trauma and a beautiful series of abstract patterns.
Partly told from the perspective of a cow, Josephine Decker’s narrative feature focuses on the sensual inner life of a woman, her father and the man they hire to work their farm.
Directed by Russell Sheaffer, this short film follows a disenchanted young man as he goes about his morning routine.
Der Ozean im Fingerhut (The Ocean in a Thimble) is an experimental feature directed by Hildegard Elisabeth Keller.
There are spaces in this world wherein so many memories have soaked into the walls that it is hard to place these sites within a definite point in time. Memory of Objects illustrates these haphazard intersections of space and time by capturing film projections on dilapidated rural edifices.
Broken Jaw is a mediation on physical and psychological trauma with a self portrait locked on repeat.
During the height of political tensions in 1960s Berlin, a little girl was peacefully transferred from East to West Berlin by her family’s effort and love. Afterwards, her transportation was nearly erased from popular historical record, questioning what we choose to forget and what we remember.
A no-budget production, focused on the perverse candour of young sexuality, where release and sterility become tied to larger cultural constructions.
Directed by Russell Sheaffer, Alone. is a short experimental work, shot and edited entirely on 16mm reversal film, that explores the relationships we form as we search for ourselves within the city.