New Documentary Practices in Visual Arts

 
Raphaël Grisey's Remainders (Remanescentes)

FILM | SCREENING AND CONVERSATION
New Documentary Practices in Visual Arts
Sunday, April 24, 2016, 6–9 pm
Dodge Hall, Room 511
Use main campus entrance: 2960 Broadway
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A selection of films produced by the Paris based Phantom Factory, which aim at responding–in terms of both accompaniment and distribution–to the questions posed by new cinematic writing practices; in particular those coming from the field of the visual arts; providing unique insight on the effect of globalization processes on local communities.
 
My Dubaï Life, Christian Barani, (2011), 60’
 
Remainders (Remanescentes), Raphaël Grisey, (2015), 97’
 
Aline Caillet is Associate Professor in Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Visiting Professor, Film and Media Studies, Columbia University
 

Co-sponsors: MA in Film and Media Studies and the Alliance Program

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