Ocularis at Galapagos Art Space
The Year of Living Vicariously
Amir Muhammad, 2005, 63 min
"Those looking for comedy in the Muslim world are hereby directed to the trenchant cine-essays of Malaysia?s Amir Muhammad. Shot against the backdrop of Indonesia?s first direct elections, on the Jakarta set of a student-activist biopic, The Year of Living Vicariously?getting its U.S. premiere here?is an essay on rebellion and nationalism in the guise of a making-of doc. The implicit question, as suggested in the title: Why did their reform movement succeed and ours fail?" - Dennis Lim, Village Voice
Ticket Price - $6
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Ocularis is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that provides a forum for the exhibition of independent, experimental and documentary film/video and new media, as well as international and repertory cinema. Established in 1996 as a rooftop film series catering to local audiences in North Brooklyn, it has since evolved into a weekly cinema, a producer of collaborative film/video work and a summer open-air screening series.
Added by thomasbeard on January 17, 2006