The film series is back for the summer! Join us every other Thursday at the Bridge for six curated screenings of independent and experimental film.
First up: The peculiar, expansive and surprisingly tasteful comedy of Gabriel Abrantes. In just the three films being shown in this program, he manages to poke fun at pretentiousness, Herzog, Obama, poets, period pieces, sci-fi, Freud, and himself.
Here is his more formal blurb:
Gabriel Abrantes (b. 1984, USA) is an artist and filmmaker. His work has been shown in exhibitions at the MIT List Center for the Visual Arts, the Palais de Tokyo, the Centre Pompidou, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva and Museu Serralves. His films have screened in competition at festivals such as La Biennale di Venezia, the Berlinale, Locarno International Film Festival, and IndieLisboa. He was been awarded prizes at the Berlinale, Locarno International Film Festival, among others.
Taprobana (2014) – 23 min
Ennui Ennui (2013) – 34 min
Freud Und Friends (2015) – 23 min
80 minutes in total, not including breaks.
~free and open to all