Shorts Program | Milking and Scratching: The Handmade Films of Naomi Uman | Underground Film Series
Thurs, April 28, 7–8:00 pm
Free, but ticketed
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No standby or late seating.
Directed by Naomi Uman
This program features four short films from Naomi Uman, whose experimental style utilizes unique hand-manipulation techniques. In Removed, Uman uses nail varnish to eliminate the female form from a strip of 1970s pornography. Private Movie takes an abstract approach to the love story, presenting a gorgeously monochrome sense of place. In Hand Eye Coordination, hand-scratched film and a jarring industrial score make for a provocative approach to the close-up. Uman takes a different approach with Leche, a beautiful black-and-white documentary about a Mexican farm.
Films in this program include:
Removed (1999; digital)
Private Movie (2000; digital)
Hand Eye Coordination (2002; digital)
Leche (1998; digital)