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Film Screening: Marie Hinson - Take the Road through South Pass

  • Vox Populi 319 North 11th Street Philadelphia, PA, 19107 United States (map)

A screening of three experimental films by Marie Hinson, presented as part of her group exhibition at Vox Populi, We Are the Fruiting Body. The films will be preceded by a reading of stories and poetry by Sekai’afua Zankel, Pamela Hooks, and Marie Hinson. 

$5 door, no-one turned away.

If These Were Silent
9 min 17 sec // digital video // digital sound
An optically printed landscape of a mountain in northeast Pennsylvania. Shifting horizons, kaleidoscopic trees, and passing hikers meet shifting frame lines, changing frame rates, and optical effects in a phenomenological exploration of the interanimation of thought and landscape.

Official Selection // Montréal Underground Film Festival // 2014
Official Selection // Haverhill Experimental Film Festival // 2014
Official Selection // Big Muddy Film Festival // 2014
Official Selection // London and Portugal Underground Film Festival // 2013

Jefferson, July Fourth
Video // 15 mins // 2017
A quiet portrait of the ritual space between land and community deep in the mountains of southern Appalachia.

Official Selection // Montreal Underground Film Festival // 2017

The Road Through South Pass
Video // 15 mins // 2018
A dreamy reimagining of the mountain landscapes of western Wyoming. The Road Through South Pass dwells on the lines both visible and invisible that we write into our land, and through the land into our bodies. Moving between documentary, dance, and scenic photography, eight short film poems wind their way through boundless sagebrush plains, picture perfect snow-capped peaks, and clean-lined frontier architecture.

Photo: Still from The Road Through South Pass by Marie Hinson

Later Event: June 15
First Edition 2018