Artists’ Television Access celebrates independent and underground film and video with 3 nights of subversive and often surreal beauty, spotlighting the work of many local, national and international underground film and video makers.
On Friday, October 4th, the festival will showcase:
-Why Was I Born (Marlon Gonzalez); Vivid Dreams (Jim Granato); Ants (Ants Ants Ants) (Clare Samuel); Case Histories in Psychotherapy (Tony Gault); Kogel Vogel (Frederico Camapanale).
-The Quite Storm (Jibz Cameron); Sunshine Bob (Christian Simmons); Martha's Party (Marthaxiv) Mr. Gary on the Feedback Show (Lise Swenson/Richard Schimpf); Sphinx on the Seine (Paul Clipson)
In addition to the screenings, Shalo P.’s troubled video weather patterns and Sam Manera’s ode to high-voltage photography will be displayed as installations throughout the gallery during the festival. Plus, the ATA Window will feature an international selection of experimental film artists during the month of October.
For a complete schedule listing, including interviews with many of the filmmakers about their work, visit: http://festival.atasite.org
Official Website: http://festival.atasite.org
Added by Yta on September 12, 2008