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In a small and remote hamlet, a young girl develops a curious friendship with a spirit who lives in an abandoned house. This film was shot in my mother's village in Southern Sri Lanka—shortly after ...

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The Eyes of Summer

Director(s): Rajee Samarasinghe

“The Knits” straddles a liminal filmic space between performance-for-video and contemporary fairy tale. A mother lovingly and arduously knits a sweater. Simultaneously this same sweater unravels a...

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The Knits

A reaction to the seminal text by Swiss anthropologist Paul Wirz entitled Exorcism and the Art of Healing in Ceylon, this high contrast hand processed film considers a history of colonialism and ethno...

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The Spectre Watches Over Her

Director(s): Rajee Samarasinghe

Two middle-aged Japanese men, a hubristic musician and his stoic companion, travel aboard a wheeled canoe on abandoned train tracks along the Southern coast of Korea. They fall into an ambush set by a...

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The Troubled Troubadour

Director(s): Forest Ian Etsler, Sébastien Simon,

The War at Home tells the story of the 1960s resistance to the U.S. war in Vietnam and how it transformed one American city into a battleground where U.S. foreign policy abroad and American values at ...

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The War At Home

Director(s): Glenn Silber, Barry Alexander Brown

The halny wind, blowing several times a year in the Podhale region, is one of the most unpredictable elements in the Polish Tatra mountains. You never know if, and when it will turn into a destructive...

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The Wind: A Documentary Thriller

Dale lives a solitary life in a small town, his only outlet being conversations with the local pharmacist Mohammad. As time passes, Dale slowly begins to reveal more of his life and history to Mohamma...

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Trammel

Director(s): Christopher Bell

"Can an A.I. be creative? An artificial intelligence (A.I.) computer watched the Hitchcock classic “Vertigo” 20 times in a row and then it made its own disturbing movie. With machine-generated i...

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Vertigo A.I.

Director(s): Chris Peters

“Walls of Sand,” directed by Erica Jordan, is notable for being the first contemporary feature film to be available in its entirety on the internet. The story follows a unique friendship between a...

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Walls of Sand

Director(s): Erica Jordan

In this stop-motion horror short, a couple enlists the aid of a mysterious figure to help them with their seemingly insurmountable laundry problem.

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Washed

Director(s): Michael Bartolomeo

You Never Had It - An Evening with Bukowski is a documentary from director Matteo Borgardt that transports you back to January 1981 for an intimate evening conversation with legendary writer and poet ...

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You Never Had It: An Evening With Bukowski

Director(s): Matteo Borgardt

Emily Hagins has been watching and making movies since she was a small child. Now, a bit older at age 12, she recruits the aid of her supportive parents to produce, direct, shoot and edit her first fe...

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Zombie Girl: The Movie

Director(s): Justin Johnson, Aaron Marshall, Erik Mauck

While traveling on an intergalactic highway, an alien picks up an earthling sci-fi movie trailer featuring a CGI alien who looks just like him. Believing this is his true calling, the alien travels t...

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Zorg II

Director(s): Auden Lincoln-Vogel

Everyday states of being and decay are observed through the infinite scope of the cosmos and the restorative light which emanates from it, driving cinematic and photographic impulses.

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everyday star

Director(s): Rajee Samarasinghe

October 3rd - 17th Samarasinghe emigrated to California during the Sri Lankan Civil War, an experience which continues to influence his films. From the artist’s website: “Much of his work examine...

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preparadise: Rajee Samarasinghe