The NewFilmmakers NY Series to Screen at Anthology Film Archives

The NewFilmmakers NY Series to Screen at Anthology Film Archives

The NewFilmmakers NY Series screens at Anthology Film Archives on the Lower East Side at 32 Second Avenue & 2nd Street. Tickets for Summer Series at NewFilmmakers NY are only $6 and are good for the whole night's screenings and receptions. They are available at the Anthology Box Office the night of screening.

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6:00 PM Documentary Series

Believing that a small, family farm is the best place to raise their family, Paul and Phyllis van Amburgh leave their jobs, sell their home and go into debt to buy a defunct dairy.

7:30 PM Special Program
Animation Short Films

Tatsuhiro Kimijima THE MAGIC RABBIT 2
tells the story of a girl's desperate search for her ex-boy friend, who went to Japan after their romantic relationship has failed.

Cinch Marks: Minute scratches on film surface caused by slippage between turns of a loose roll.

Kevin Margo GROUNDED
One astronaut's journey through space and life ends on a hostile exosolar planet. Grounded is a metaphorical account of the experience, inviting unique interpretation and reflection by the viewer.

8:00 PM Special Program
curated by Eric Leiser
China Animation with Sandy Ding

DingXin (AKA. Sandy Ding) is an experimental filmmaker working mostly on abstractions and the image/sound ambience of the ritual evocation. His work is composed primarily with nature and mystics, using 16mm and hand processing techniques to be a vessel for spiritual quests. He is a CalArts alumni, and teaches film and video at Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, China.

Sandy Ding PRISM
An abstract film about light structures and the fragment of mysteries in the path of time.

This is a film about a person meditating on love and the fire on rock.

Sandy Ding THE MOON
This film intends to bring out a vivid sensation of the moon, a fundamental energy of the universe.

Sandy Ding MANCOON
Heard that the Mancoon is a kind of big cat that has an M on its forehead…

A bold, abstract journey that takes us into the psychic interior of our very cellular structure... and back. For me, this film is about reincarnation and transformation, on both the spiritual and sub-atomic levels. This is not an easy film, but it is a powerful one.