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Sean Price Williams

“I’ve gotten carried away with graininess in the past and I probably will again.”

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    THE COLOR WHEEL

    Alex Ross Perry United States, 2011

    Before Listen Up Philip, Queen of Earth, and Her Smell, indie director Alex Ross Perry grabbed our attention with this wonderfully acerbic second feature. An uproariously abrasive, fast-paced comedy road movie about a hyper dysfunctional brother-sister duo, shot on gorgeous 16mm B&W film.

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    LISTEN UP PHILIP

    Alex Ross Perry United States, 2014

    In Alex Ross Perry’s audacious dark comedy, Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss, and Jonathan Pryce round out a stellar cast for a story that takes emotionally rich, surprising turns. A comment on the loathsome, narcissistic writer figure that’s full of brutally acidic humour hiding deeper ponderings.

    JOBE'Z WORLD

    Michael M. Bilandic United States, 2018

    Michael M. Bilandic’s chaotic comedy is a perfect descent into a bygone era of N.Y.C. weirdos. Set to Paul Grimstad’s stunningly lo-fi score, cinematographer Sean Price Williams’s hazy images illuminate sublime performances from Jason Grisell and Theodore Bouloukos in this insomniac thrill ride.

    BEETLE QUEEN CONQUERS TOKYO

    Jessica Oreck United States, 2009

    Director Jessica Oreck takes a philosophical and poetic look at insects in this lively documentary. Visually connecting the parallels between people and critters, cinematographer Sean Price Williams captures termites in astonishing digital close-up while mapping the buglike patterns of mankind.

    HELLAWARE

    Michael M. Bilandic United States, 2013

    Michael M. Bilandic’s scrappy second feature is a clever satire of New York’s bougie art world. Centered around a hilarious, Juggalo-inspired music video—which went viral on WorldStarHipHop in real life—, Hellaware is also an optimal showcase for DP Sean Price Williams and his striking use of color.

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