Experimental Films / Permanent Collection

Experimental Films / Permanent Collection

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Experimental Films / Permanent Collection
  • Andrò a ritroso della nostra corsa (2019/Italy) by Mattia Biondi

    “Andrò a ritroso della nostra corsa” is a backwards journey through the seasons and the units of the language. To change the prose of the world, its intact clock. There is always a place more thoroughly, lost images in minimum intervals.

  • Exhumation (2018/Canada) by Daniel MacIntyre

    By mixed-media artist Daniel MacIntyre comes a work of alchemical ingenuity —the peeling back of a shrouded image to reveal the spectres that lay beneath. Re-composing images that have been chemically treated to disintegrate (in the gleefully tactile tradition of Stan Brakhage), the filmmaker’s w...

  • The Fleeting Noise of Time (Ukraine) by Valerie Kain

    A short expirimental film about the fear of death.

  • Amellus (UK) by Patrick Chadwick

    Shimmering pixels and white noise at the heart of what we call image. Forms emerge and shapes move away, gently and without hurry. A slow persistence takes us away from what we know and moves us slowly into non-existence and memory.

  • Do Not Open The Door (2022/Belgium) by Kris De Meester

    The outside world is a dangerous place.
    Do not open the door.
    Agoraphobia is a rare type of anxiety disorder. If you have it, your fears keep you from getting out into the world. Before COVID less than 1% of people in the U.S. have agoraphobia. Women are two to three times more likely to have it ...

  • Diploma '22 (2022/Romania) by Mîndru

    Experimental fashion film using a curated selection of Fashion graduates in Romanian Art School.

  • When We Were Strangers (2021/The Netherlands) by Ayla Spaans

    When We Were Strangers is ab experimental love story that features the slow decay of love. It’s about a couple who falls in love during a house party and set off on an adventure. Each room in the house represent a different phase of their relationship and the situation gets more and more confusing.

  • Atmospheric Marginalia (USA) by Adam E. Stone

    Equal parts poetic essay film and family folklore, Atmospheric Marginalia is an enchanting probe into a pair of star-crossed lovers and misfits, the continuing bonds theory of grief, and the existence of an afterlife. Steeped in the tradition of raw, no-budget guerrilla filmmaking, it was filmed ...