Big Muddy Film Festival - Late Night Experimental Showcase

Big Muddy Film Festival - Late Night Experimental Showcase

Saturday, Feb 23, 2019 from 8:00pm to 9:00pm

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Letters From Eniwetok (12:00)
Dir. Ed Carter
A woman who lives by the beach retrieves objects brought to her by the tide.

Gone Sale (4:30)
Dir. Matt Meindl
Faceless forms inhabit the shadow-sprayed remnants of an electronic shopping mall board game. Slumber party capitalism, now a bargain bin of lost dreams.

Kansas Ice Storm (7:03)
Dir. Tiffany Deater
A visual essay that explores existence, longing, and the limits of human knowledge.

Where the Truth Lies (4:11)
Dir. Diane Nerwen
Where the Truth Lies is a found footage collage poem for absurd times. Disparate images, sounds and text collide in a world of trickery and deception. Where the Truth Lies is a found footage collage poem for absurd times. Disparate images, sounds and text collide in a world of trickery and deception.

Your Darkness (4:42)
Dir. Susan DeLeo
A lyrical journey with super 8mm film and sound. A stream of consciousness piece conceived from dark wanderings and trance-like states in and out of the western landscape.

Since. Now. After (4:42)
Dir. Peter Murphey
Three channel, experimental animation and video exploring three-different states in time.

The Redness of Red (3:19)
Dir. Emily Downe
What does it mean to be conscious in a world that is becoming increasingly artificially intelligent? Can machines really see? Based on an interview with a professor in artificial intelligence, this short experimental documentary uses analog techniques to explore the human tendency to anthropomorphise simple drawings, and how we might do the same to machines.