The Field of Possible. 2014. Mexico/Canada. Directed by Matías Meyer. 10 min.
A single shot charts a Montreal residential building over the course of four seasons, deriving poetry from observation. DCP. World premiere
Nelsa. 2014. Colombia. Directed by Felipe Guerrero. 13 min.
An obscure, trancelike tour of a place as menacing as it is incomprehensible. DCP. North American premiere
Blue and Red. 2014. Thailand. Directed by Zhou Tao. 25 min.
From anti-government protests in Bangkok to rural areas in China, the march of human life is bathed in vibrant colors, as if under a microscope, in what the artist dubs an “epidermal touch.” DCP. World premiere
Boulevard’s End. 2014. Germany. Directed by Nora Fingscheidt. 15 min.
Venice Pier, where L.A. meets the ocean, draws people to play, flirt, and dream. Two immigrants recount their long journeys to this place shared by so many. DCP. North American premiere
San Siro. 2014. Italy. Directed by Yuri Ancarani. 24 min.
This portrait of Milan’s famed stadium is both clinical and otherworldly, casting game-time preparation as the subliminal, collective ritual of our day. DCP.