As part of Lynne Sachs’ fall visual arts course, “Documentary Filmmaking,” award-winning experimental filmmaker Christopher Harris screens and discusses several of his recent short films and video installations at 7:30 p.m. in the James M. Stewart ’32 Theater at 185 Nassau Street.

The event is free and open to the public.

Films to be screened:
  • Distant Shores, 2016, 3 min., 16mm-to-HD
  • Halimuhfack, 2016, 4 min., 16mm-to-HD, color, sound
  • A Willing Suspension of Disbelief + Photography and Fetish, 2014, 17 min. total, three-screen 16mm-to-HD installation + split screen 16mm to HD installation
  • 28.IV.81 (Descending Figures), 2011, 3 min., 16mm double projection, color, silent
  • 28.IV.81 (Bedouin Spark), 2009, 3 min., 16mm, color, silent
  • Sunshine State (Extended Forecast), 2007, 8 min., 16mm, color, sound (pinhole film)
  • Reckless Eyeballing, 2004, 14 min., 16mm, black and white, sound

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film still

Still from Christopher Harris’ film, “Reckless Eyeballing”

Presented By

  • Program in Visual Arts

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