Monthly Archives: June 2013
Moving Tables (Montpellier, France) Audio 18, Field Recording
A Rolling Mind screened in Seoul, Korea 6/27/13
This is the second screening of A Rolling Mind in Seoul, Korea. Thanks again Una! She will be screening other works as well. If you are in Seoul, check it out. The event link is here
Review of the ATA show in San Francisco!
This is a really wonderful review of the show in San Francisco last week.
Go here to read it!
Thanks Ms. Brooks!
Audio Visual Night at dotolim in Seoul, South Korea on 6/14/13
Una Lee will be screening A Rolling Mind and a few of here own innovative works at the wonderful dotolim in Seoul, South Korea. Thanks Una! If you are in Seoul pay a visit.
Here is a link to the event
poster credit: dotolim
Miniature Landscape Correspondance 1-10
The Miniature Landscape Correspondence began in early spring with Una Lee. As a collaborative duo, we wanted to create something like a video letter or correspondence documenting a moment or view in time. Each view (moment) was composed of two shots, one from each continent, Asia and America. This is the first series and we hope you enjoy them!
Program for the ATA screening with Janel Leppin on June 14.2013
Here is the program for the Audio Visual event at the ATA in San Francisco presented by Cyrus Yoshi Tabar and Janel Leppin.
The Link is here
ATRACADOS | MOORED by Filipe Afonso
Two boys, in a harbor, talk about leaving their home and city.
Although they feel they can’t live outside, when one of them remembers
a dream in which they were walking inside the sea, the other reacts
and takes the lead. In Portuguese with English subtitles. Filipe
Afonso studied Science Information at Universidade do Porto and Cinema
(editing) at ESTC – Lisbon Cinema School, between 2005 and 2010. In
2009, he studied Cinema at FAMU – Film and TV School of Performing
Arts in Prague, Czech Republic.
Winter Movement by Chris H Lynn
“A Winter journey interrupted-briefly evokes the terminal
DIR Ann Deborah Levy
Colors, patterns, and images reflected on the surface of a pond mirror
changes in seasons and weather over the course of a year to create
this “painting in motion.”
Still: Winter Movement-Chris H Lynn
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