Intermittent Delight: Gender and the Body in Contemporary Found Footage Filmmaking


HEY L.A. PEOPLE PLEASE GO SEE THIS IT SOUNDS SO GREAT AND PLUS ONE OF MY FILMS IS IN IT!

Intermittent Delight:
Gender and the Body in Contemporary Found Footage Filmmaking

Curated by

Jaimie Baron
Ph.D. candidate,
Cinema and Media Studies, Department of Film, Television and Digital Media, UCLA

Andrew Hall
M.A. student,
Cinema and Media Studies, Department of Film, Television and Digital Media, UCLA

FILMS TO BE SCREENED:

I Love (Hate) You: Gloria (Kate Raney, 2007, 6:10m)

Intermittent Delight (Akosua Adoma Owusu, 2006, 4:20m)

They have a name for girls like me. (Julie Perini, 2009, 6m)

Anything for My Gal (Anthony Hays, 2008, 4:17m)

About Town (Marnie Parrell, 2006, 4m)

Dream of Me (A. Moon, 2007, 9:30m)

XXX (Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, 2007, 3m)

Is It True Blondes Have More Fun? (Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, 2006, 0:58m)

Pledge (Ann Steuernagel, 2006, 6m)

I Am Man (Elisa Kreisinger, 1m)

The Ship (Brandon Downing, 2009, 4:50m)

Speechless (Scott Stark, 2008, 13m)

The Garden of Life (Nada Gordon, 2009, 10:06m)

Nana120 (Kristy Norindr, 2009, 1:20m)

Her Heart is Washed in Water and Then Weighed (Sasha Waters Freyer, 2006, 12:45m)

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