I forgot to include it on the site as the winners were just announced.

Descriptions below in no particular order:

RECKONING 3 by Kent Lambert

11:14, video, 2014

RECKONING 3 is comprised largely of imagery and sound culled from over two
years of Mac and Playstation 3 video game play. Some of this play was
explorational, some was performative and much was anthropological in
intent. The latter category of play was conducted in online multiplayer
"shooter" games, in which numerous strangers (seemingly all male) drop in
and out of play and communicate via headset microphones. Though I had the
ability to communicate with these strangers through my own headset
microphone, I was more or less paralyzed by horror and disorientation; I
remained silent and documented my eavesdropping. RECKONING 3 is an attempt
toward a lucid and expansive reflection on that disorientation.

In Light, In! by Ken Paul Rosenthal

12:00, video (found footage), 2013

A haunting, visual essay about the awkward and angry junctures where our
culture struggles to manage its emotional distress. Images recycled from
1950’s-era educational films are accompanied by original compositions by
world-renowned cellist, Zoe Keating.

theoria by Josh Weissbach

5:46, 16mm, 2014

A Greek man, once a guide on the island of Delos, started discussing what
the word theory meant. Our ensuing conversation was the initial inspiration
for this film, entitled theoria [theh-oh-ree-ah].

Pillager by Josh Lewis

3:40, 16mm, 2011

A chemical painting made towards the end of my tenure as a grunt worker in
a film processing lab.  At the time, I was spending most of my days
slacking off down in the lab's sub basement playing with raw film stock and
reversal chemicals.

Human Body Battleground Organ Organism by Metrah Pashaee

9:30, video (found footage), 2013

An appropriated moving image collage investigating the sex organs as
disembodied vessels. Utilizing a digital voice to enact this estrangement,
a narration of declaration generates a questioning of definitions, where
sound and image structures dismantle, revealing a deconstruction of
audio-visual form and subject's signification.

where she stood in the first place. by Lindsay McIntyre

9:38, 16mm to video, 2012

Situated at the geographic center of Canada, Baker Lake, Nunavut
is the only inland settlement in the Canadian Arctic. Fixing its gaze
on this stark landscape, McIntyre's haunting and sparse film uses
hand-wrought black and white 16mm film in a meditation on place and
personal histories.

F-Line by Silvia Turchin

9:00, 16mm to video, 2013

A poetic documentary that explores an ethereal past and romance aboard San
Francisco's historic streetcars. Shot entirely on celluloid, F-Line
embodies a textural way of perceiving these relics and examines the traces
of time's mystery that fluctuate beneath the surface.

Gente Perra by Anja Dornieden & Juan David González Monroy

25:00, 16mm, 2014

A film based on fragments of the story “La Gente Perra” by the Colombian
writer Gomati D. Wahn (1923 -1993). The story, which takes place 3000 years
in the future, tells of the character of The Admiral as he searches for the
land of the Dog People and the riches that it hides. However, as is typical
of Wahn’s style, the story is assembled out of altered existing texts, in
this case, historic accounts of the discovery and conquest of America or,
as it was known then, The New World.
 On Jun 6, 2014 12:33 PM, "chris bravo" <> wrote:

> is there a list of what films you are screening?
> On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 12:12 PM, Picture Show <>
> wrote:
>> Hello, Frameworkers!
>> The Haverhill Experimental Film Festival has started its tour down I-95
>> and tonight it will be in Brooklyn at The Picture Show.
>> This is a great festival, dont miss out!
>> All the info, here:
>> Tickets, here:
>> Doors at 8pm - show at 8:30pm
>> Thanks!!
>> Daniel & Katya
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