CELLuloid: Cell Phone–Made Documentaries
World premieres. Discussion with the artists
Wednesday, February 20, 2008, 6:30 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
Includes the following films:
New Love Meetings (excerpt)
2007. Italy. Directed by Marcello Mencarini, Barbara Seghezzi. 6 min.
Nanookie Of The North
2007. USA. Directed by Nao Bustamante. 1 min.
Every (Text, Image, Sound, Movie) from my cell phone
2008. USA. Directed by Darrin Martin. 9 min.
2008. USA. Directed by Joshua Thorson. 8 min.
We Shall Remain (selected works)
2008. USA. Directed by Michael David Little, Rebecca Nelson. 14 min.
They Can Shoot Me But They Can't Kill Me And Neither Can You
2008. USA. Directed by Jeffrey Peixoto. 7 min.
2006. UK. Directed by Clio Barnard. 8 min.
2008. France. Directed by Vivian Ostrovsky. 9 min.
2004. USA. Directed by Edward Lachman. 2 min.
Pushing the boundaries of personal, political, and documentary art, these works produced using cell-phone cameras arise from established artists experimenting with new technology as well as first-time creators inspired to document the world around them. The results are alternately comic, poignant, topical, and socially relevant. This presentation is co-curated by Sally Berger and Sara Rashkin, independent curator.
In the Film exhibition Documentary Fortnight, 2008
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