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REconstructing Identity: A Shorts Program

Directed by Ulysses Jenkins, Akosua Adoma Owusu, Kevin Jerome Everson, Ina Archer, Chris Harris, Ja'Tovia Gary

As a way to investigate and work through the oppression that stereotypical images in the media can cast upon people

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Directed by Nico Toll

An isolated leaf moves subtly down a stream and through different forest vistas.

Blind Spots

Directed by Amanda Thomson

A woman’s voice sketches out an enigmatic romance while the camera gets lost in the patterns of sunlight on windswept

Premonitions Following an Evil Deed

Directed by David Lynch

Experimental short film by David Lynch.

[Who]

Directed by Abbey Sacks

Faces and objects come into view and suddenly vanish in this texturally dense, surprising animation.

The Thief of Mirrors / Looking For Love in the Hall of Mirrors

Directed by Daniel Barrow

Since the early '90s, Daniel Barrow has developed a unique style of "manual" animation, layering and manipulating his intricate drawings

Fading Landscapes: The Films of Linda Fenstermaker

Directed by Linda Fenstermaker

Working primarily in 16mm and Super 8mm film, experimental Seattle filmmaker Linda Fenstermaker explores the interactions and relationships between body

Arca Archa

Directed by Sarah El Bakkouri

A man alone in an apartment experiences a series of visible internal changes and alternate realities

The Mirror

Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky

The most visually poetic and personal of Tarkovsky’s films, THE MIRROR has no conventional plot. Rather, the film takes the

Broken Tongue

Directed by Mónica Savirón

An ode to freedom of movement, association, and expression is created through images culled from each January 1st issue of

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Snare

Directed by Lisa Jackson

Evocative and haunting, this performance captured conveys the brutality of violence against Canada’s indigenous women.

Poetic Migrations

Directed by Roland Dahwen Wu, Stacey Tran, Jonathan Raissi, Kalimah Abioto, Samiya Bashir

Poetry, science fiction, and the immigrant experience collide in these three films by Portland filmmakers. Haft Seen (30 mins.) combines