UPCOMING: Mapping on Film
Nov 11 & Dec 9
Last year, you helped make the OnFilm series a great success! Both “Walls on Film” and “Landscape on Film” attracted nearly 70 people and so many folks expressed interest in future events.
Our mission is threefold:
- To bring rarely-seen and important films from around the world.
- To show films in 16mm or 35mm prints and encourage discussion about the materiality as well as the contents of the films.
- To facilitate informal discussions about these films and offer an opportunity for students, faculties, and
the communities to experience the films as an event.
Each of our session has a theme (walls, landscape, etc.). By showing these formally diverse set of films back to back, we hope to facilitate the chance to encounter these films as singular objects in their right and at the same time make unexpected discoveries about the ways in which they might speak to one another (both on the level of sameness and difference) in terms of their material, formal, and narrative conditions.
In the mean time, make sure to join us on facebook.
The OnFilm Team (Ryan Conrath, Shota Ogawa, and Zainab Saleh)