Hollywood screenwriter Matthew McDuffie interviews founder and director of Experiments in Cinema, Bryan Konefsky.
Matthew McDuffie: What makes a film experimental?
Bryan Konefsky: “ I think, at the heart of experimental film is a profound sense of curiosity. Think about a scientist who has a hypothesis, “what might happen if?” And an artist who experiments with cinematic form does some of the same, “what might happen if?”
In Mexican artist Pedro Reyes’ participatory installation “Sanatorium,” visitors are guided by therapists and encouraged to "look within."
NATIVE AMERICAN DANCERS
Rooted in tradition and ceremony, three Native American dancers explore the regalia and meaning of their dances.
“It feels really good to dance and to know that everything that I am wearing, every design, is made by me. It just makes it that much more meaningful.”
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