Abuela Layla Peykamian and Ana Hoppert Flores A sometimes magical, nearly always neorealist narrative short film, Abuela follows Amelia, who has late-stage Alzheimer’s, in her last thirty-six hours in her home, focusing on the interactions she has with … Read more
Author Archives: Rick Warner
It’s Your Move Noah Maynard Artist Statement THE OPENING After an unproductive summer of 2022, I was searching for answers that I should have been producing. What is the underlying cause of my indolence? How do I overcome … Read more
goin thru it. Carly Peck Artist Statement Because of my interest in editing, I was fascinated by Sergei Eisenstein’s ideas about how montage and editing can reveal untold stories and new meanings. To explore this concept further, I … Read more
What Is Inside Is Also Outside: The (Un)familiar World of Zama Abigail Burns Don Diego de Zama (right) inhabits one of many cramped frames, as the interior is sonically besieged by the exterior Lucretia Martel’s Zama (2017) is … Read more
Sound Builds Its Own World: Auditory Montage in Lucrecia Martel’s Zama Theo Holt Don Diego de Zama stares beyond the frame’s edge, longing to be liberated from his miserable post In Zama (Lucrecia Martel, 2017), the titular character … Read more
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