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September 20, 2021
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  • "SUNDOWN is excerpted from a transdisciplinary “slow ethnography” project on race and travel in the American South. Deploying the 360 degree camera, but resisting the trend toward what Bazin called the “myth of total cinema,” SUNDOWN elects not to reconcile the dual 180 degree image streams into an illusion of continuity that, to the filmmakers, appears as artificial as the furious “Russian cutting” of Eisenstein and the early Soviets, or the “suturing” of spectators into the comforting illusions of bourgeois realism typical of classic Hollywood. Instead, SUNDOWN offers a properly alienated cross-section of an evening in New Castle, Virginia, a town described on Wikipedia as “100% white,” where not long ago travelers of color might have been urged to move on as quickly as possible."
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November 14, 2019
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November 10, 2019
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August 7, 2019
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August 5, 2019
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June 17, 2019
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June 14, 2019
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  • "“My mother decided to go back to school when she was 47 years old. Her four children had all left for college, and she felt now was the time to re-start her career in fashion design, so she enrolled in the Fashion Institute of Technology. I was auditing a film class at MIT’s Film & Video section and made this documentary about her. […] This film turned into a double portrait of her and of me.” –Mark Rance"
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March 31, 2019
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  • "16mm color documentary based on fieldwork William Ferris conducted with gospel singer and folk healer Fannie Bell Chapman and her family in Centreville, Mississippi in the early 1970s. Footage includes Chapman and her daughters singing and praying during church services and at home, a healing service at the Chapman home, and Chapman \"speaking in tongues\" after healing. Members of the Chapman family also discuss the development of their faith, the call to heal and sing the Christian gospel, and their lives singing together."
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  • "This film follows Louis Dotson, a farmer and musician in Lorman, Mississippi, as he constructs a “one-string guitar” on the wall of his front porch. Dotson also “blows the bottle” using a Coca-Cola bottle partially filled with water. Both his bottle blowing and his one-strand-on-the-wall are important links between African musical roots and the blues. The one-strand marks the beginning of the “slide guitar” style which heavily influenced 20th-century blues, rock and roll, and rock music."
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