As part of our 10-day celebration of the moving image, the Atlanta Film Festival proudly presents the Experimental Shorts Block (65 min); programmed by Christina Humphrey.
Location: 7 Stages, Main Stage
Seating Time: 6:30PM (7PM showtime)
Run Time: 65 minutes
Line Information: Ticket buyers will be admitted into Priority Seating Group B; a greeter will be available at all ATLFF venues to guide you to the correct line.
After Party: All ticket buyers & pass holders for screenings on April 4th, 2014 are invited to our after party at Ponce City Market (675 Ponce De Leon Ave, Atlanta, 30308), kicking off at 9PM. Please bring your ticket stub for admission.
Between Regularity and Irregularity
Masahiro Tsutani – Japan - 7:50
– Nature creates the glow of light and the beauty of a shape in a chaotic worldview of finely-detailed images filled with light.
End, End, End
Jonathan Rattner – USA - 8:46
– “End, End, End” is an experimental short on the fragmentary nature of thoughts, memories, and emotions.
Christine Hooper – UK - 5:00
– Four in the morning, crapped out, yawning.
Joshua Winters – USA - 1:35
– The film in which a man is squirted with ketchup and mustard.
Close the Lid, Gently: A Home Document Scan
Ariana Gerstein – USA - 5:30
– A video made entirely from 2 home desktop scanners- one a photo scanner, the other a refurbished low end document scanner. Each has it's own texture and sees the domestic environment in it's own particular way, one scan at a time.
Jean-Guillaume Bastien – Canada - 4:00
– Five women share a sense of deja-vu.
Black Box Recorder
Abinadi Meza – Mexico - 2:21
– A film about memory, time and the streams of images that form our consciousness.
Linda Fenstermaker – USA - 12:00
– "Inversion" creates an open space for female consciousness, embodying intimate dialogs between filmmaker, camera and subject.
Michael Betancourt – France/USA - 2:30
– “Lumiere vue no. 76” (1896) of choreographer and dancer Loie Fuller, whose Serpentine Dance was an early inspiration for Cubist abstraction, provided the original source material for this visual music work.
Edson Oda – USA - 5:32
– The story of Fabiano, a young Mercenary who is hired to kill Death.
Monteith McCollum – Sweden/USA - 10:00
– A short film made as part of a collaboration of works curated by Slamdance Film Festival, “Listen” examines shortwave radio as a technology that can be utilized not only for communication, but also abstract sound art.
For trailers and additional information regarding the Experimental Shorts programming, please visit the block's home on our festival website here.
Christina Humphrey is the Atlanta Film Festival's Short Film Programmer; she lovingly curated each of these films, out of over 2,000 submissions from 20 different countries, for our 2014 festival audience and filmmakers.
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