Director: Harun Farocki, Eugène Green, Pedro Costa
Originally created for the Jeonju International Film Festival's Digital Project, Memories is a short film triptych from three very different European directors.
German Harun Farocki's Respite is an original take on the Holocaust using black and white footage of inmates at a concentration camp.
Portuguese Pedro Costa's The Rabbit Hunters sees a group of friends from the Fontainhas community in Lisbon find that their past, their families and their work remain only a memory.
In Correspondences, from US-born, French-based director Eugène Green, an internet love affair begins between a forthcoming young Parisian and a sheltered young woman, but a memory from her past still stands in the way.
“There must have been a world… before the partita in A minor, but what was that world like? A Europe of empty spaces with no resonance.” ... In an abstract and almost surreal set of vignet… More »
Germany, Russia, Ukraine, 2008
Newsreels from the 50s and 60s bring Soviet propaganda to life. ... Following on from his 2005 film Blockade, director Sergei Loznitsa unearths another collection of newsreels from the Soviet Union, … More »
The other history of modern America.In this ambitious essay-documentary, cemeteries, plaques and monuments give voice to the now silent leftist heroes who championed progressive movements in the Unit… More »
“Snowy, sleepwalking Winnipeg… I must leave it… I must leave it now. But how to escape one's city?” - Guy MaddinA fantasy documentary blurring the lines between outlandish fact and … More »
Ten visionary cinematic dispatches from two of contemporary experimental film's most uncompromising artists.Ranging from mind-blowing psychedelia to trance film documentary to Scottish hermit ethnogr… More »