A Narrative Film
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Films in Competition 1
Main Theater - Michigan TheaterTue, Mar 21 8:15 PM
Join us at the first screening of the Festival with nine short films including recent experimental, documentary, and animated works. Features a 35mm found-footage hand-manipulated collage, a love tale between a human cannonball circus man and a young secretary from Liverpool, a kinetic romp investigating the images imprinted onto wine corks, a visit to a place without ever going there, mind-bending animation, the most narrative narrative never narrated, and more.
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Films in Competition 8: Almost All Ages
Main Theater - Michigan TheaterSat, Mar 25 11:00 AM
Twelve family-friendly narrative, documentary, experimental, and animated films. Features a young stag who seeks to improvise sweet music, organic forms that shift and undulate, the evolutionary life of an organism, a girl seeking her identity in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, abstractions of form and color, found adventures and forgotten homes, a re-imagination of a common brick's utilitarian form, animated shapes and textures that dance together, a woman who impulsively steals a goat from a petting zoo and more.
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Film Info
Event Type:Films in Competition 8: Almost All Ages
All Ages
Opening Night Screening
Shorts in Competition
Release Year:2016
Production Country:USA
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Michael Edwards
Description

The most narrative narrative never narrated. It has a beginning, a middle, and an end. It is at once both a three-act assault on the conceit of the traditional narrative, and also perhaps, a futile attempt to escape the narrative impulse of cinema.