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:
2004. USA. Directed by Edward Lachman. 2 min.
2008. France. Directed by Vivian Ostrovsky. 9 min.
2006. UK. Directed by Clio Barnard. 8 min.
They Can Shoot Me But They Can't Kill Me And Neither Can You
2008. USA. Directed by Jeffrey Peixoto. 7 min.
We Shall Remain (selected works)
2008. USA. Directed by Michael David Little, Rebecca Nelson. 14 min.
2008. USA. Directed by Joshua Thorson. 8 min.
Every (Text, Image, Sound, Movie) from my cell phone
2008. USA. Directed by Darrin Martin. 9 min.
Nanookie Of The North
2007. USA. Directed by Nao Bustamante. 1 min.
New Love Meetings (excerpt)
2007. Italy. Directed by Marcello Mencarini, Barbara Seghezzi. 6 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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