1969 - 2014, multiple directors, USA, ca 70 min
- Mon, Feb 22nd 6:00pm
Intimacies of all kinds are explored in this program – family life, close friendships, anecdotes, sexual encounters, as well as the intimacy of the camera in close ups, home movie footage, snapshots, and abstract evocations of the inner life. (Jim Trainor)
FEBRUARY 22: Saul Levine and other artists TBA will be present for audience discussion.
Note to Pati
1969, Saul Levine, USA, 8 min, 16mm
Master filmmaker Saul Levine weaves together children in the snow, birds, and bare branches.
Note to Colleen
1974, Saul Levine, USA, 7 min, 16mm
A collage of sunsets, and a sidewalk artist drawing a woman’s portrait.
How She Slept at Night
2006, Lilli Carré, USA, 4 min, Digital File
Celebrated animator Lilli Carrė offers an eerie snapshot of marriage, memory and loss.
Secret History of the Dividing Line
2002, David Gatten, USA, 20 min, 16mm
The line between public and private is conjured through texts from the “secret histories” of an 18th century gentleman’s library.
1991, Zack Stiglicz, USA, 8 min, 16mm
A richly textured meditation on masculinity and sexuality.
Print courtesy of SAIC’s Flaxman Library.
2001, Sara Ludy, USA, 4 min, Digital File
Sara Ludy’s abstract OTHA explores the domestic architecture of Second Life.
2014, Martine Syms and Kahlil Joseph, USA, 3 min, Digital File
An elegiac evocation of family memories.