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The Power Grid
Clara Bodén
04:44 min

A boy is standing near a power station in the inlands of Norrland, Sweden, by a waterfall that no longer exists, because someone owns the rights to that waterfall. Stamnätet is a personal film abo­­ut growing up surrounded by rich natural resources; about power production, colonialism, and an awareness that grows from seeing, seeing again and questioning what surrounds you.
Dear Robot
Cecelia Chapman
01:06 min

In Dear Robot a personal housebot goes rogue on an emergency disaster relief mission. Diana Magallon and Jeff Crouch music. Found clips. 2018. Cecelia Chapman is an American visual artist working in video, works on paper and text. The usual focus of her practice is the image, perception and consciousness. She has made over ninety short video in collaboration with sound artists she meets online and friends. She lives in Massachusetts temporarily.
Lauren Cook
Dot Matrix
03:34 min

Lauren Cook is an Associate Professor of Cinema at the University of Hartford where she teaches courses in filmmaking and media studies. Her films have screened internationally at film festivals, galleries and museums, including: Images Festival Toronto, Margaret Meade Film Festival at the American Museum of Natural History, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Florida Film Festival, Des Moines Art Center, Black Maria Film Festival, VideoEx Switzerland, Festival Des Cinemas Differents de Paris, and the Emerging Filmmakers Showcase at the Cannes Film Festival.
The Industrial History of Sweden
Mats Lundell
16:12 min

The Industrial History of Sweden, is a found-footage film made in collaboration with the composers Katt Hernandez (violin) and Back (guitar), and is reusing images from 20 different titles made between 1955-1985. The music was performed live and recorded at one single screening at Galleri Mellanrum in Hägersten in November 2018.
Twenty Feet Below
Bill Domonokos
13:09 min

"Twenty Feet Below" combines 3D & 2D computer animation and manipulated archive film footage. Featuring music by The Fucked Up Beat: "It Came From Beneath Providence" with Archive film footage from the Prelinger Archives & The Internet Archive 35mm Stock Footage Collection. Bill Domonkos is a filmmaker, GIF maker and stereoscopist. His work combines computer animation, still photography, live footage and manipulated archive film footage. His work has been broadcast and shown internationally in cinemas, film festivals, galleries and museums.