Memory, Sound, and Silence

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<i>Village, Silenced</i>. 2012. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman

Memory, Sound, and Silence

Sunday, June 30, 2013, 2:00 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
  • Untied

    2001. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. A film about the volatility of intimacy and breaking free from abusive cycles. 3 min.

  • In Order Not to Be Here

    2002. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. With Joachin de la Puente. Shot entirely at night, this meditation on a society of closed communities, surveillance and safety systems, and fast food and convenience stores hauntingly explores a closed-down society. The mood of the piece—and its images of omnipresent surveillance systems—is especially affecting after the recent Boston Marathon bombings. 33 min.

  • The Memory

    2008. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. A waterfall, and mysterious sounds emanating from it, in a work inspired by Robert Creeley’s titular poem and made in tribute to filmmaker Bruce Connor. 2 min.

and more

Program 60 min.

In the Film exhibition

Image: Village, Silenced. 2012. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman