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THE HUNDRED VIDEOS 29. LITTLE FAGGOT

Steve Reinke
I am a baby lying in my crib and my name is little fagot....

LES MOUCHOIRS DE KABILA

Sarah Vanagt
"Large parts of Goma were covered with lava after the eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano in January 2002. Today children live in the ruins on the lava. They sell paper handkerchiefs to grown-ups in the city, and lava rocks to construction builders...

LA COLLECTION QUI N'EXISTAIT PAS

Joachim Olender
In June 2011, Herman Daled decides to sell off his collection of conceptual art. The MoMA in New York has proposed to buy it from him. A man looks back at his past, and that of an aesthetic and philosophic movement that marked the second half of the twentieth century. Exploring this movement, the film has chosen to hold up a mirror between a man and a philosophy....
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LES VACANCES DE NOËL

Jan Bucquoy
With this tenth part Jan Bucquoy calls his ‘Decalogue on the sexual life of Belgians’ a day – even though parts eight and nine are apparently still in various stages of pre-production...

BUCHAREST. THE CITY - ME

Alina Cristea
“Matei Visniec has once named one of his poetry books The City with One Inhabitant. This is how I always felt about Bucharest - as my city, even more so, the city - me” (Mircea Cartarescu).By using narrations to re-signify situations and events filtered through her individual and particular viewpoints, Alina Cristea aims to tell a story about Bucharest as she sees it...

HINTERLAND

Esther Johnson
Focusing on an East Yorkshire community which live on the fastest eroding coastline in Europe, Hinterland asks how it feels to live in such a precarious situation with homes fatally threatened by the elements. The black-and-white stock was chosen for its grain, which evokes the location's mood...

RAW MATERIALS

Justin Bennett
Based on personal memories reaching way back into time, Raw Materials creates a resonant patchwork with fragments of field recordings originating from divergent cities like Fribourg (Switzerland), Barcelona or Beirut. With a pitch-black image as canvas – a technique that actively shifts the attention towards the sound – snow-white text lines appear one by one in typewriter style...

L'AUTEUR

Michel Lorand
The Medea installation is made up of a large, square table with four video monitors. A single actor or actress is seen on three of the four monitors, from the waist up and frontal. The fourth monitor shows only text. The starting point is a short prose piece written by Lorand about a young woman intending to kill her two children after the end of her relationship with their father...

THERE ARE NO IMAGES

Miguel Peres dos Santos
A proposal on a reflection upon a possible link between image and memory; between image and moment; and between image and death. A father, a son and a dead child engage in a dialogue constructed departing from the a moment. “does an image die?”; “and if an image dies”… “what will happen to memory?”...
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