EXcinema is a group of Seattle filmmakers whose works fall between the cracks of traditional cinema, from direct animation on film, to experiments in digital media. EXcinema is also a monthly film program at the Grand Illusion Cinema, 1403 NE 50th St., Seattle, WA 98105, that is a meeting place for filmmakers and audiences who want to experience and discuss the best of the outer limits of cinema.
Saturday, May 19, 2018
ARCHEOPSYCHIC TIME ZONES: New Films & Videos by Georg Koszulinski
This collection of short experimental works attempts to engage the history of colonization in the Americas, primarily through intersecting and overlapping time zones that span from thousands of years into the past, to 6.5 million years into the future, when humankind has found a way to travel to the edge of the known universe. Works in this collections may employ science-fiction tropes and other fictive story structures in order to make truth claims about the historical world. Works in this collection may employ flicker film experiments to psychologically challenge the viewer's conception of social and historical reality. Works in this collection may be surrealist experiments in observational documentary, or personal essay films on highly impersonal topics. This program includes a live soundscape performance.
June 5th, 2018
Grand Illusion Cinema
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