Nov 5

EVERY FRAME A PAINTING MASTERCLASS

Every Frame a Painting was a series of video essays about film form, made from April 2014 to September 2016, by Vancouver based creatives Taylor Ramos and Tony Zhou. From videos like ”Jackie Chan-How To Do Action Comedy” (23 million YouTube views), ”The Marvel Symphonic Universe” and other video essays on Buster Keaton, Edgar Wright …

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ʻULUʻULU MOVING IMAGE ARCHIVE PRESENTS: SNAPSHOTS OF (OVER) TOURISM IN HAWAI‘I

The past two and half years of COVID lockdown and protocols were a moment of reflection and reckoning for local residents to reconsider Hawai‘i and tourism, which had become unwieldy via lack of resources, irreparable damage to ecosystems and the environment, traffic that rivaled Los Angeles, and the watering down of Native Hawaiian culture and …

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STONEWALLING

20 year-old Lynn is told she needs English classes, flight attendant school, and a go getter-attitude. She perseveres along this path of upward mobility until she finds out she’s pregnant. Indecisive and running out of time, she tells her boyfriend she’s had an abortion and instead returns to her feuding parents and their failing clinic …

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REMEMBER

In this breathtaking revenge thriller, a part-time TGIF server named “Freddie” Pil-ju (Lee Sung-min), in his 80s and suffering from alzheimer’s disease, embarks on a long-awaited vengeance plot against pro-Japanese Imperialism collaborators that led to his family’s death decades before. Recruiting his young work bestie “Jason” In-kyu (Nam Joo-huck) as a driver, he sets off …

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LAST FILM SHOW

Samay, a 9-year-old boy living with his family in a remote village in India discovers films for the first time and is absolutely mesmerized. Against his father’s wishes, he returns to the cinema day after day to watch more films, and even befriends the projectionist, who, in exchange for his lunch box, lets him watch …

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