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2014 | 06:00
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Wawa peeks at the anxieties and difficulties of communication through the interactions between speakers of an endangered Indigenous language, each from differing cultural backgrounds and generations. By transforming the chronology of the language,...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: documentary, indigenous, language

Steve Hates Fish
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Filmed directly from the screen of a smartphone using a language translator app that has been told to translate from French into English, Steve Hates Fish interprets the signage and architecture in a busy London shopping street. In an environment...

 

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Tags: city, language, mental landscape, technology

Marisa Olson: An Interview
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Growing up in the early computer age, around machines like the Commodore 64, had a formative effect on Marisa Olson and her subsequent artistic career. Now operating across a diverse spectrum of media including video, performance, and even the...

 

Collection: New Releases, On Art and Artists, Interviews

Tags: interview, multimedia, technology, vdb interviews

2015 | 1:16:00
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The sale of a plot of land marks the kick off of an unlikely road trip in this strange American odyssey. When eteam buys an acre of the Southwestern desert on eBay, the deed fails to arrive and the pair attempt to track down the phantom seller....

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: family, feature length, landscape, technology, travel

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