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Not Sorry #2: Vessels

Directed by Various

How does the body tell a story, and whose story is it? Is it meant to please itself or give

Not Sorry #4: Consumer

Directed by Various

Critiquing popular culture by re-appropriating found footage source materials or by restaging stereotypes are common strategies in the experimental film

O.K. End Here

Directed by Robert Frank

A day in the lives of a man and woman who live together in New York City. It is Sunday,

Ocean Falls

Directed by Ryan Ermacora, Jessica Johnson

A reflective portrait of an idealistic wooded community that seems suspended in time and exists within an unspoiled landscape.

Open Road

Directed by Alain Letourneau

VISITING ARTIST—Building on the quiet, evocative 16mm images that marked his earlier EMPTY QUARTER (2011), LeTourneau’s new experimental documentary examines

Passage | | | | |0

Directed by Nico Toll

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

People in Places

Directed by Juan Cavestany

To uncover the strange in the ordinary, the unsettling in the everyday: this is the mark of imaginative wizardry that

Personal Problems

Directed by Bill Gunn

Bill Gunn (Ganja & Hess) directed this “experimental soap opera” from a script he co-wrote with his friend and collaborator

Phone Call

Directed by Tyler Trautman

When all forms of online communication leave an inquiry unanswered, Patrick must undertake the unthinkable: a phone call.

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

Premonitions Following an Evil Deed

Directed by David Lynch

Experimental short film by David Lynch.

Pull My Daisy

Directed by Robert Frank, Alfred Leslie

Pull My Daisy is a classic look at the soul of the beat generation, made with writers Jack Kerouac and