With the focus on less familiar work, the programme has a strong selection of women film-makers who reveal a variety of experimental approaches and styles. Plus a very rare chance to see an example of early work by Stuart Wynn Jones from the 1950s British amateur animation collective, the Grasshopper Group.
Lauren Cook: Altitude Zero (2004, USA, 5`); Naomi Uman: Hand Eye Coordination (2002, USA, 10`); Jennifer Reeves: The Girl`s Nervy (1995, USA, 5`); Dirk de Bruyn: Vision (1985, Australia, 4`); Louise Bourque: Fissures (1999, USA, 2`); Martha Colburn: Skelehellavision (2001, USA, 8`); Stuart Wynn Jones: Short Spell (1956, GB, 2`); Steven Woloshen: Camera Takes Five (2003, Canada, 3`)
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