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Sloan Student Prize Screenplay Reading

Select scenes from the two screenplays awarded the 2022 Sloan Student Prizes will be read by professional actors as part of this special program, produced and directed by Mêlisa Annis, and followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

Feet in Water, Head on Fire

Terra Jean Long's film explores how a landscape has been shaped by ultimately fruitless economic pursuits and a desire for comfort and stability.

The River Is Not a Border 

By the southern bank of the river demarcating the official border between Mauritania and Senegal, filmmaker Diago convenes an open-air assembly of Black Mauritanians who, in 1989, were expelled from their homeland.

A Common Sequence

Woven with coolly framed images and carefully layered sounds, A Common Sequence is a richly generative, open-ended experience.

R 21 aka Restoring Solidarity 

Mohanad Yaqubi offers a fascinating, eclectic, and inspiring survey of cross-continental solidarity using a voluminous collection of pro-Palestinian work discovered in Japan.

Persistent Visions Program 1: Always and Only Place

Warped records of unexplained disappearances and lost transmissions, abandoned projects and utopian fantasies, echoing in one place then another, moving through time. Fermented ephemera unearthed from the roots of American decay.  

Silent Love + Joanna d’Arc

Thirty-five-year-old Aga starts to look after her teenage brother, Milosz, after their mother’s death. While caring for him with the dedication and responsibility of a parent, she also seeks to become his legal guardian.

Persistent Visions Program 2: Earth in the Mouth

Beginning with a recitation of Brecht and Weill’s “The Drowned Girl,” here is a sequence of odes, melancholy and ecstatic, to the wonderful difficulty of currently inhabiting this world in these bodies


New Strains

Encore Screening

Shaw and Kamalakanthan’s film is at once a depressingly accurate evocation of the city’s first few months of lockdown and an endearing display of cinematic ingenuity under extreme duress.