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The Atom Station

Directed by Nick Jordan

Iceland's dramatic and volatile landscape - natural and manmade - through the eyes of poet W.H. Auden and environmental activist

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The Bear’s Progress

Directed by Malia Jensen

An inhabited bear costume wanders in the landscape doing what bears do and do not do.

The Color of Love

Directed by Peggy Ahwesh

Ahwesh re-works badly deteriorated (and bad) 70s porn into a playful experimental collage where nude bodies and the physicality of

The Forbidden Room

Directed by Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson

A film that “has more ideas in ten minutes than most filmmakers have in their entire oeuvres” (Sight and Sound),

The Girl He Wants

Directed by Maya Rodrigo-Abdi, Shine St. Goddard

Texture and poetry question patriarchal standards of beauty.

The Globe as a Graph

Directed by Marcus Cotten

Cotten’s film/music essay examines the average day with the intervention of a little bit of imagination. Through melody, image, color,

The Great Northwest

Directed by Matt McCormick

Portland filmmaker Matt McCormick’s film is inspired by—and recreates—a 3,200-mile road trip made in 1958 by four Seattle women who

The Illinois Parables

Directed by Deborah Stratman

Stratman’s latest feature—following such crucial works as O’er the Land (2009)—is an 11-part historical compendium, comprised of discrete stories of

The Man With A Movie Camera

Directed by Dziga Vertov

We welcome Los Angeles composer and bassist Tom Peters for a live performance of his score for Vertov’s classic city

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

The Perception of Moving Targets

Directed by Weston Currie

“In this haunting feature, Currie stages an intervention into habituated and supposedly natural ways of making meaning onscreen. In collaboration

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The Sin of Jesus

Directed by Robert Frank

Frank’s second film is one of his most stylized and reflects an increasingly sophisticated cinematic eye. Based on a short