“If Mr. Bean were to sneeze on a Magritte painting, the result would look something like Slack Bay.”
A show in which every episode is about the making of the previous episode.
The life and works of the groundbreaking artist, musician, and educator.
A staged correspondence between poets Ingeborg Bachmann and Paul Celan.
Landfill on the edge of town and the bureaucratic process of filming it.
A suite of Midwestern parables that question the historical role of belief.
A girl with unusual eating habits encounters a man with possibly wicked intentions.
An unorthodox feature-length docu-drama that explores a forgotten romance.
A moving glimpse into one filmmaker’s personal journey and an examination of what it means to train a camera on the world.
Chen experiences the past, present and future. Is the world his dream, or the other way around?
The hypnotic rhythm of a freighter reveals the movement of machinery devouring its workers.
A labyrinthine and epic docu-fiction adaptation of Paul Bowles’s “A Distant Episode.”
A profoundly moving portrait of Akerman’s mother in the months leading up to her death.
A powerful and compassionate statement on race, on politics, on class, on policing, on drugs.
An intimate and compelling reflection on nostalgia, butch identity, and Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo.
A convulsive video collage of fragmented footage — of notes, sketches, reality, and re-enactments — shot on various formats (RED camera, mobile phones, 16mm).
A live, ephemeral film performance and an ode to a beautiful natural environment that is fast diminishing.
Six pieces that revolve around that age-old question of the avant-garde: How do we see?