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Blua
 
 (22 min)
Humanity and animality are enigmatically confronted and entwined. Combining rich high-contrast 16mm images with crisp digital color scenes, BLUA composes an uncanny entry into the relationship between human and animal existence. Unfolding like a tapestry, its montage complicates the relationship between observation and fiction. Reaching for equal beauty and strangeness, BLUA is an assertion of the uncanny, a cine-poetic philosophical speculation.
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ENOLA EM EVAEL/LEAVE ME ALONE
 
 (8 min)

An unfaithful remake of Man Ray's 1926 "Emak Bakia" made without the use of a motion picture camera, ELONA EM EVAEL/LEAVE ME ALONE is a nonsensical response to brutality alongside a celebration of silver process.

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I made you, I kill you
 
 (14 min)
I think that this film is necessary for me, in this moment of my life. I have always been ashamed to talk about my childhood and I think that this caused me a lot of sadness.
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Koropokkuru
 
 (5 min)
A moving portrayal of an ineffable force that can be humanlike or embody itself within displayed objects. Inspired by concepts from the Koropokkuru folktale within Japanese Ainu culture, as well as The Invisible Man.
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Point of No Return
 
 (11 min)
Under a microscope tiny shards of ice loom large as glaciers. Using microscopic videography and polarizing lenses, Point of No Return is a visually stunning study of melting ice in real time. The film provides a micro perspective on climate change, a massive but incremental global event that is usually imperceptible in our day to day lives.
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The Sleepers
 
 (6 min)
This video involves my delving into Walt Whitman's magnificent "The Sleepers" - distilling some of what in the poem is most dear to me. It also draws upon my childhood love of dollhouses and puppets, as I work in a miniature set in creating this doll universe. "The Sleepers" is also a recognition of my Jewish heritage, with images of my mother, my niece, myself.
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What Happens to the Mountain
 
 (13 min)
“What Happens to the Mountain” draws upon literary sources, late night radio, and legends from the Cheyenne and Kiowa to conjure a psycho-geographic experience in a sacred landscape. A long-distance driver, a drifter, journeys from a tenuous reality into a vision of the afterlife, called forth by the spirit of the mountain.
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