A series of unusual works taking different approaches to the craft of filmmaking and to their subjects.
The Nine Muses and Winter Vacation
(Country: France; Year: 2009; Director: Neil Beloufa)
Four characters find themselves trapped in a looped fiction, with emotions escalating into melodrama.
(Country: Austria; Year: 2010; Director: Peter Tscherkassky)
An exploration of the relationship between actors, cameras and a film audience.
(Country: Canada; Year: 2010; Director: Kerr')
A journey through the wipes and dissolves of old feature film.
(Country: USA, Austria; Year: 2009; Director: Sharon Lockhart)
A documentary following a woman who makes her living digging for clams on the coast of Maine, with the focus on space and light.
Get Out Of The Car
(Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Thom Andersen)
A documentary looking at Los Angeles from its roads, taking in signs and street furniture.
(Country: US; Year: 2010; Director: Janie Geiser)
Two boys daydream about naval battles and Egyptian exotica.
Let Each One Go Where He May
(Country: US, Suriname; Year: 2009; Director: Ben Russell; Stars: Benjen Pansa, Monie Pansa)
A deconstructed ethnography charting the story of the Saramaccan Maroons.
Make It New John
(Country: UK; Year: 2009; Director: Duncan Campbell)
A documentary telling the story of the Delorean car.
May Tomorrow Shine The Brightest Of All Your Many Days As It Will Be Your Last
(Country: UK; Year: 2009; Director: Ben Rivers, Paul Harnden)
Old men recite poetry as female Japanese cadets patrol the woods and countryside.
The Nine Muses
(Country: UK; Year: 2010; Director: John Akomfrah; Writer: John Akomfrah; Stars: Trevor Mathison, David Lawson)
A poetic exploration of mass immigration in postwar Britain.
(Country: Germany; Year: 2009; Director: James Benning)
An examination of the sensory experiences to be found in the heavily industrialised Ruhr region of Germany.
(Country: Russia; Year: 2010; Director: Victor Alimpiev)
Five characters interact strangely, as if we have stumbled on a rehearsal for an unknown play.
Winter Vacation (Han Jia)
(Country: China; Year: 2010; Director: Li Hongqi; Writer: Li Hongqi; Stars: Bai junjie, Zhang Naqi, Bai Jinfeng)
A deadpan comedy about the last day of the holidays and the first day back at school in Inner Mongolia.