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La Curación (The Healing)

La Curación (The Healing)

La Curación examines multi-situated narratives about health and healing in the urban, coastal, and rural communities of Ecuador. Set within the lush volcanic landscapes of the Northern Andes, this experimental documentary reveals deeply layered understandings of the body as a porous and permeable subject. An epileptic revolutionary, a pair of curanderos, and a poet physician discuss embodiment […]

Needle

Needle

Young Lilly is going to get her ears pierced. A quarrel between her parents overwhelms the situation and directs it differently. Official Selection, Cannes Film Festival 2013

The Jettisoned

The Jettisoned

  “These bodily fluids…are what life withstands, hardly and with difficulty, on the part of death. There, I am at the border of my condition as a living being. My body extricates itself, as being alive, from that border. Such wastes drop so that I might live, until, from loss to loss, nothing remains in […]


G-loc: Vivid Dreamlets / Beautiful Places

G-loc: Vivid Dreamlets / Beautiful Places

G-Loc: Vivid Dreamlets / Beautiful Place is a three-channel video rebus assembled through a series of drownings, car crashes, scientifically induced supernatural phenomenae, confinement and disjuncted consciousness. Presented as a large scale, high definition video installation with holophonic sound and bibliographic notes, the piece arranges an open set of questions about signification, corporeality, and techno-sensual […]

Cousin Kasyte

Cousin Kasyte

Cousin Kasyte is a diaristic journey into the Lithuanian heartland in search of roots, history, and family. Stashu Kybartas always wondered about his past, his family. The nuns who raised him didn’t know, his relatives didn’t want to discuss it; everyone in his childhood feared to look back at that old country. It wasn’t until […]

Refusing to be Enemies: The Zeitouna Story

Refusing to be Enemies: The Zeitouna Story

Refusing to Be Enemies: The Zeitouna Story profiles the twelve women of an Ann Arbor dialogue group called Zeitouna (“olive tree” in Arabic) and documents their developing relationship over a four-year period. Six of the Zeitouna women are of Arab descent and six are of Jewish descent. Some are native born and some are immigrants. […]


Whatever You Destroy

Whatever You Destroy

Co-directed by Yoni Goldstein and Max Sussman and scored by Ronen Goldstein, the film focuses on the now-destroyed Technology Center (also known as the Performance Network), a former factory and warehouse space appropriated by struggling artist into a pirate utopia in a city with encroaching economic development and skyrocketing living costs. In 2003, this space […]