Experiments In Cinema v11.4 was held April 5–10, 2016 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This year, we honor women in experimental film with the "She-ness Edition." There will be a special tribute to Laura Mulvey and Chantal Akerman. As always, over 100 films from around the world will be presented at Guild Cinema during the festival. Below are some of the films that will be shown during EIC v11.4. Download a .pdf of the entire EIC v11.4 program here.
EIC 11.4 (2016)
RIVER COME BACK
by Florina Titz, 4 minutes, Romania, 2015. Two warriors from the stratosphere of the futurepast lay the groundwork for playing out the end of the world by future explorers.
A complete retrospective of Maarit Suomi-Väänänen‘s works will be shown this year.
She will also facilitate the SUPER NORTH WORKSHOP during the festival, including a total of 24 Minispectacles and a showcase of experimental films by female directors, curated from AV-arkki's distribution archive. See more.
by Nina Barnett, 6 minutes, South Africa, 2010. The artist focuses on the geo-spatial configurations of land and waterin poetic cart-ographies, survey plans, and graph paper drawings
JE TU IL ELLE
by Chantal Akerman, 86 minutes, France, 1974.
by Natasha Cantwell, 1 minute, New Zealand, 2014. This work was inspired by educational science films, craft books, the artist's unease around the aesthetic of meat, and Sesame Street.
by Lynn Thompson, 6 minutes, USA, 2014. Bedlamy imagines possible phases in the trajectory of a relationship.