The observable universe–isotropic in orientation–does not conform to all observers equally. As perspectives shift, that which is known and unknown (as well as knowable and unknowable) shifts accordingly. It fails to remain the same in all directions.
Appears in: 43rd Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival
Films in this Program
Directed by Georg Koszulinski
Traveling through a tunnel on a mountain road in Alaska becomes a portal for an alternate vision of the Pacific …
Directed by Josh Lunden
A young man living in the inner city attempts to see the stars through his childhood telescope. An Outer-Space Reality …
Directed by Hannah Piper Burns
What happens when the monotony of “reality” television becomes quite real for one of its subjects and thus its audience …
Directed by Arianna Gazca
A synesthetic take on the desire for hope, shrouded in a blanket of madness. Only-Apparently-Reality Award.
Directed by Isaiah Corey
A man’s life is forever changed when his roommate introduces him to a producer he never knew he needed. The …
Directed by Matthew Wade
Perhaps a vision of a realm beyond the life of a video game; perhaps a video game itself. The Unreal …
Directed by Adam Sekuler
Present day communication and sharing are examined as ways of connectivity during times of heartache and pain.