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Description: A documentary about The Abyss Festival, in Gothenburg, Sweden, March 2019. The movie details the following bands; Tormentor, Sodom, Primordial, Grim Reaper, Malokarpatan, Primordial, Black Viper, Root, Quartz, Antichrist, Chevalier, Iron Angel, Satan, Demon, Rapid, Divlje Jagode, Alien Force, Aura Noir.
Description: Lillian Smith: Breaking the Silence is a 50-minute documentary about the life and work of Georgia writer and activist Lillian Smith (1887 – 1966). This documentary explores her legacy and the life adventure that led to her awakening, from her childhood experiences in a tiny southern town, to her years of living abroad in China, to directing a girls' summer camp in North Carolina. By the time she published a bestselling novel in 1944, her moral compass was finely tuned to the changes required in the southern U.S., and she spent the next two decades confronting the ugly institution of segregation, telling that it harmed whites as much as blacks. In the decade before her death she wrote about the need for freedom and respect for everyone everywhere.
Description: United States, September 1, 2016. American football user Colin Kaepernick kneels during the national anthem, protesting police brutality vs black people. Part of the population regards the gesture as an unacceptable affront to the flag. Later, he loses his zone on his team. Today, however, he is considered by many as a real hero.
Description: Maura is a black woman, mother of 7 kids and recyclable material collector in one of the biggest towns in Latin America. While she works difficult to maintain herself, she has to deal with prejudice, invisibility and the ignorance of those who do not recognize the value and necessary role of the recyclable material collector bring to the city, as an environmental agent.
Description: A key document of the dictatorship years, and a pinnacle moment in Chilean cinema. Filmed covertly during the dictatorship, No Olvidar chronicles a poor episode in Chile’s history: the kidnapping and murder of five boys whose bodies were only found after five years of searching.
Description: Portsmouth, Ohio is a city rocked by the opioid epidemic. One organization fighting to deliever community and connection is the Portsmouth Stealth semi-pro football team. Recovering addicts, returning citizens, owners, coaches and users come together to share the spirit of football.
Description: Professor Neil Gemmell uses cutting-edge environmental DNA science to unravel the mystery of the Loch Ness monster. Neil's high-tech creature hunt opens a fresh chapter in the find for Nessie as he puts the leading theories to the ultimate scientific test.
Description: A highly innovative arts documentary, which uses the recent unique effects, to investigate the cultural and scientific background behind the method we judge folks by their face. The documentary was presented by US artist and musician, Laurie Anderson whose face was transformed into iconic and historic stereotypes as she talked. Unique results were created by Christopher Tucker.
Description: Marina Abramovic collaborated with videomaker Charles Atlas on this striking work of autobiographical performance. Abramovic delivers a monologue that traces a concise private chronology. This brief narrative history, which references her past in the former Yugoslavia, her performance work, and her collaboration with and separation from Ulay, is intercut with photos of Abramovic engaged in symbolic gestures and ritual acts—scrubbing her feet, staring like Medusa as snakes writhe on her head. Closing her litany with the phrase "time past, time present," Abramovic invokes the private and the mythological in a poignant affirmation of self.
Description: A dense montage of graphics, charts, and animations, Industrial Synth takes up the tradition of the experimental essay movie and flattens it into an oblique composition that reflects on the technological and consumerist dimensions of Modernity. Negating cinematic elements of narrative, performance, and conventional signification, Price's video nonetheless conveys a sense of the pathos of a contemporary digital society, which, despite its promise of the new, relentlessly circles around problems of obsolescence and death.
Description: Excerpted from Price's 2001 video-lecture "New York Woman," which explored the methods in which melody production techniques change over time, NJS Map uses animated diagrams to lay out the historical development of one period in pop music, the briefly-lived but influential category often named "New Jack Swing." While the video actually stands alone, it gotta be seen as an intentional fragment, a piece of supplemental material activated by another elements of Price's "redistribution" work. For example, a 2003 essay, part of his ongoing project "Title Variable" (2001-), also investigates the Fresh Jack Swing genre, and is itself linked to a musical album (both are accessible on-line; see below). Written in the style of famous melody journalism, Price's essay states that "the whole Fresh Jack Swing venture can be seen as a producer's grab for store share, a method to assimilate an obstreperous but commercially successful youngster into the secure, decades-old structures of famous black music."
Description: Rejected or Unused Clips, Arranged in Order of Importance purports to be a collection of unused video and audio clips left over from the artist's another works, from an abandoned audio piece on religious themes to an exploration of web video as it emerged in a time before YouTube and video find engines. Interlacing voice-over and sound with the sorts of graphic imagery that should belong equally to advertisements, corporate reels, amateur home pages, and video games, Price takes on religious and scientific discourse, the history of experimental cinema, the interrelation of culture and technology, and the social naturalization of violence. At the same time, however, this index of material at once discarded and made useful, with its claim to a formal structure based on "importance," provokes the question of how much its themes and messages are now intended to cohere and communicate.
Description: Bearing similarities to immediate messaging as well as Arthurian Romances, Romance is an investigation into language, the durational aesthetics of the structuralist film, and the fluid boundary between participation and spectatorship.
Description: A corollary to Price's written piece "Sports," Folk Melody and Documentary takes on questions of political speech and political photo in a time when terms like "globalization" or even "politics" itself are so emptied out as to be meaningless in daily usage. The 1990s were years of newfound engagement and activism among the young, if we are to trust the international press and its invocation of a fresh class of anarchist, "anti-globalization" youth. Price gives voice and photo to this cliché in what is at once a screen-test, an audition, and a proposition with no clear intent or message.
Description: This video was created and released into distribution as one work in a solo exhibition that Price held simultaneously at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, Reena Spaulings Fine Art, and Electronic Arts Intermix in Fresh York in September 2006. As a video in the EAI collection, it is the one piece in the exhibition that remains "on-view" indefinitely, after the rest of the present has closed. The video serves as a sampler of Price's editioned videos to date, all of which have been sold through the Petzel and Spaulings galleries in tiny numbers. Here, fragments of sound and photo from the editions have been brought together, yielding a montage that, while bordering on incoherence, provides access to these publicly unavailable artworks. Price juxtaposes disparate authors, editing strategies, and histories, yielding a work in the essay-film tradition, at once lyrical and messy, highly-edited and arbitrarily composed.
Description: Paradoxically described by Walter Sorell as "a tender lullaby of love" and by Richard Buckle as "cold and menacing, the courtship of the Macbeths," Night Wandering is a duet reminiscent of snowy landscapes. Cernovitch designed the original costumes: fur tunics that Cunningham wore over trousers, and Brown wore over tights. Continuing with the piece's Nordic theme, the melody by Bo Nilsson was characterized by bursts of activity followed by moments of silence, evoking the feeling of traveling through the spacious, and seemingly unlimited Northern night.
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Whether you're charmed or not by Agnes Martin's paintings, which mostly consist of horizontal lines on 5'x5' or 6'x6' canvases, you may wonder what concepts lurk behind them. This hour-long monologue by the artist answers that question most satisfyingly. Filmed in her studio, relaxed but also very pointedly, Martin talks about waiting for an inspiration to come. She's large on intuitions and inspirations, which she trusts much more than facts and ideas. Along the method she explains why she was sometimes mistaken for a minimalist even though she considered herself the last of the abstract expressionists.After thriving with fellow artists including Ellsworth Kelly in Manhattan for ten years at the beginning of her career, she moved to Taos, NM, where she also thrived, essentially alone. She goes on at length about her philosophy of life and in particular about the virtues of an "empty mind." This talk is less spacey than you might expect, thanks to her uncommon genuineness and clarity. Here is a person who, at age 86 when this doc was made, had figured out life for herself, came up with some provocative answers, and summarizes them for us smartly but sweetly.
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