Mark Mulcahy plays the title character in this dark comedy about a 1970’s New England commune.
Filmmakers from the AgX Film Collective elasticize and manipulate temporal and material frames, prodding viewers to stretch beyond habitual ways of seeing and thinking.
In Louie’s shop, antique objects get a second life– and come to life.
The film takes place in one room in a boarding house on a rainy night. A young couple, who met earlier in the day and shared a romantic afternoon, sit and talk. They are repeatedly interrupted by a string of visitors.
For thirty-six years the Black Maria Film Festival has been celebrating creativity
and innovation in the moving-image arts.
A screening of an Exhibition of International Super Shorts that includes films from the 100-Second Festival (Boston), the International 100 Second Film Festival (Iran), the 60 Second International Film Festival (Pakistan) and the 10 Second International Animation Festival (Korea).