1. HOW TO DRAW CLOUDS – Salise Hughes (2006, 2:10)
A poetic meditation on the desire to make permanent what is ephemeral.
2. SANS SUPERVISION – Andrew T. Betzer (2006, 11:00)
Over three outings with her parents, a little girl suspects she may be the only adult left in the family.
3. COLOR FILM – Meghan O’Hara (2008, 6:50)
A short film exploring the gap between language and perception.
4. ARCHIVE: THE CHANGING WORLD OF FILM – Charlie Cline (2004, 6:00)
A series of clips in the style of early actualities, demonstrating the consequences of breaking the rules of film language.
5. IT’S HARD TO WRECK A NICE BEACH/IT’S HARD TO RECOGNIZE SPEECH – Adebukola Bodunrin (2007, 15:00)
A quirky tale of language, society, adaptation, and what makes us who we are.
6. PEEKS – Jo Dery (2009, 2:20)
Momentary glimpses of construction and destruction in our man-made and natural world. Made with collaged images from National Geographic.
7. PLEDGE – Ann Steuernagel (2006, 6:00)
Using a mounting crescendo of music and images of masculinity, PLEDGE is a meditation on violence, innocence, and the everyday.
8. CALIFORNIA KING – Eli Akira Kaufman (2008, 21:00)
A mattress salesman, who employs faux science to sell beds, falls for an insomniac who knows her science better than her heart.
9. PATRON SAINT OF COLLAPSING ART MARKETS – David Kagan (2009, 2:30)
Episode two of the series, My Dead Gay Son. Newly deceased, Bunny Boy must find a vocation in the afterlife.
10. WATCH ME BREAK IT DOWN. – Julie Perini (2006, 00:39)
Julie Perini proves that any space can become a temporary disco with this series of improvised dances in public locations.
11. COUP DE FOUDRE – Stacie Sells & Cassandra Troyan (2008, 15:00)
Initial intentions aim at using more personally aggressive actions as a way to subjectification, by acknowledging, then conquering, stereotypes of femininity.