A documentary film, a time-odyssey, a post-fiction adventure – pursuing leads to Utopia in the hinterlands of the former Soviet Union.
DMV is the first overarching documentation of the burgeoning rap scene in the DMV, an area comprised of Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia that is known for its cultural and ethnic diversity.
Graffiti artist, photographer and filmmaker Thomas OKOK Gunnarsson talks to us about street art culture and his 5-part video series, “Summer in New York.”
French Indie director Anais Volpé’s latest cross-media project spans over 3 distinct but interrelated categories: a feature film, a collection of web-series, and an art installation.
Still life is a piece that works as a visual and sonic palate cleanser. It is an enquiry into our over-saturated, digital surroundings, and at the same time it is an opportunity to briefly cut off our connection to it.
With a very unique approach, Heather Jones and Matthew Kay use montage techniques to create a form of visual poetry, in which seemingly arbitrary words are dissected from their original context (political speeches and webcam videos found on Youtube) and recombined as parts of a new literary body.
A visit to the studio home of one of Holland’s most reputed textile designers, filmed and presented by the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen.
An Ethnographic Film about Jakari, a genre of folk songs in Haryana, India.
Canadian director Ryan McKenna talks to us about his short film, CONTROVERSIES.