Based on a true story of a troubled marriage, this narrative dance film is set in the Old Lead Belt of Missouri.
Birth Cycle: A Flip Book
After nine months in the womb, a baby makes a daring and dramatic entrance into the world.
The Boy with the Red Balloon
A boy on the cusp of adulthood wrestles with his self-conscious fears of forgetting how to laugh and growing old.
A filmmaker’s retrospective introspection of his personal life and public film work.
Dream .Dot. Zip
Bilby and Ortun explore their childlike dreamscape in search of deeper feelings before time runs out.
In this interpretation of the T.S. Eliot poem “The Lovesong of J. Alfred Prufrock,” a young woman is unable to act on her desires.
Passages in Revisiting: I Hear Someone Playing Urheen
An exploration of the ways in which people — particularly the filmmaker’s grandfather — exist as part of nature.
Story 2: Scenes 1-9
A multi-narrative experience in nine scenes.
A retired folk musician relives a love forgotten and a love forever through his collection of old home movies.
Abstract explorations of light.
Nonexistent objects move through the screen.