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H(i)J

Directed by Guillaume Cailleau

A hand-processed film that is extremely rich in contrast. More than with standard black–and–white material, the black and white here

Hamlet Act

Directed by Robert Nelson

Experimental filmmaker Robert Nelson brings his characteristic wit to this restaging of the famous “play rehearsal” scene from Hamlet, breaking

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Here Is Where Yours Begins

Directed by Janet McIntyre

McIntyre mingles a sense of drowning with a sense of dreaming, and explores the overriding impulse to submerge our sorrows

How To Say Goodbye

Directed by Christy NaMee Eriksen, Ryan Cortes Perez

A poem about grief, gratitude, and friendship dedicated to Eriksen’s lifelong close friend who passed away from cancer last year.

I Am Cuba

Directed by Mikhail Kalatozov

New 4k digital restoration! For a film ostensibly dealing with the Cuban Revolution, and produced essentially as Communist propaganda, I Am

Impressions of Portland

Directed by Julie Perini

An understated and powerful evocation of the history of violent racial incidents that lies hidden behind the placid street life

Jane B. Par Agnès V.

Directed by Agnès Varda

Varda’s freewheeling documentary, never before released in the United States, is a deeply idiosyncratic portrait of the famed French actress,

Karl Lind: Videos, Collaborations & Unclassifiable Video Based Ephemera

Directed by Karl Lind

With an eye and taste for the uncanny, Portland director Karl Lind’s videos expound upon the bizarre. Along with new

Kesh

Directed by Vanessa Renwick

Always Coming Home A white dog with blue eyes, returning home when old. A people at home in the left

Kusama’s Self Obliteration

Directed by Jud Yalkut

A frenetic polka-dotted fever dream complete with psychedelic soundtrack, the 1967 short is both a performance document and highly collaborative

Land of the Free

Directed by Vanessa Renwick

Clouds drifting over land act as a backdrop for a textual exploration of colonialism and ownership.