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NYFF 2014. Projections

The New York International Film Festival has announced its complete lineup of experimental films.
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In place of the formerly titled "Views from the Avant-Garde", The Film Society of Lincoln Center has announced the lineup for NYFF's new "Projections" section. Dennis Lim and Aily Nash join Gavin Smith in curating an international selection of experimental short, medium and feature length films:

Old Growth (Ryan Marino, USA)

Babash (Lisa Truttmann & Behrouz Rae, USA/Austria/Iran)

Wayward Fronds (Fern Silva, USA)

Theoretical Architectures (Josh Gibson, USA)

Canopy (Ken Jacobs, USA)

Under the Heat Lamp an Opening (Zachary Epcar, USA)

Against Landscape (Joshua Gen Solondz, USA)

Night Noon (Shambhavi Kaul, Mexico/USA)

Ming of Harlem: Twenty One Storeys in the Air (Phillip Warnell, UK/Belgium/USA)

Berlin or a Dream with Cream (Marcel Broodthaers, Germany)

Mr. Teste et la Lune (Marcles Broodthaers, Belgium)

Things (Ben Rivers, UK)

Depositions (Luke Fowler, UK)

a certain worry (Jonathan Schwartz, USA)

The Dragon is the Frame (Mary Helena Clark, USA)

Fe26 (Kevin Jerome Everson, USA)

Sound That (Kevin Jerome Everson, USA)

Second Sighted (Deborah Stratman, USA)

The Measures (Jacqueline Goss & Jenny Perlin, USA/France)

Sauerbruch Hutton Architects (Harun Farocki, Germany)

Color Neutral (Jennifer Reeves, USA)

Hat Trick (Katherin McInnis, USA)

Sleeping District (Tinne Zenner, Denmark/Russia)

Zinoviev's Tube: Tape 2 of the Inner Trotsky Child series (Jim Finn, USA)

Off-White Tulips (Aykan Safoğlu, Turkey/Germany)

End Reel (Julie Murray, USA)

Picture Particles (Thorseten Fleisch, Germany)

Under the Atmosphere (Mike Stoltz, USA)

The Figures Carved into the Knife by the Sap of the Banana Trees (Joana Pimenta, USA/Portugal)

Shwebonta (Meredith Lackey, USA)

Atlantis (Ben Russell, Greece/USA)

Letters to Max (Eric Baudelaire, France)

Sea of Vapors (Sylvia Schedelbauer, Germany)

Red Capriccio (Blake Williams, Canada)

Field Notes (Vashti Harrison, USA)

Darkroom (Billy Roisz, Austria)

Detour de Force (Rebecca Baron, USA/Austria)

Blue Loop (Mike Gibisser, USA)

The Hummingbird Wars (Janie Geiser, USA)

Razzle Dazzle (Jodie Mack, USA)

Blanket Statement #2: It's All or Nothing (Jodie Mack, USA)

Light Year (Paul Clipson, USA)

Sound of a Million Insects, Light of a Thousand Stars (Tomonari Nishikawa, Japan)

Ginza Strip (Richard Tuohy, Australia/Japan)

Friday Mosque (Azadeh Navai, USA)

2012 (Takashi Makino, Japan)

The Occidental Hotel (Lewis Klahr, USA)

El Futuro (Luis Lopez Carrasco, Spain)

Broken Tongue (Mónica Savirón, USA)

Film (Ismaïl Bahri, France/Tunisia)

The Innocents (Jean-Paul Kelly, Zanada)

Chapters 1, 2 & 3 ‘From the Impossibility of One Page Being Like the Other’ (Oraib Toukan & Ala Younis, Jordan)

Sugarcoated Arsenic Claudrena (Harold & Kevin Jerome Everson, USA)

Adorno’s Grey (Hito Steyerl, Germany)

O, Persecuted (Basma Alsharif, UK/Palestine)

How to Make Money Religiously (Laure Prouvost, UK)

Renaissance Center/GM Tower (Nicky Hamlyn, Canada/UK)

Sound of My Soul (Wojciech Bąkowski, Poland)

Seven Signs that Mean Silence, (Sara Magenheimer, USA)

Horizon (Stephanie Barber, USA)

SONE S/S 2014: Chase ATM emitting blue smoke, Bank of America ATM emitting red smoke, TD Bank ATM emitting green smoke /// Invisibility-cloaked hand gestures in offshore financial center jungle (Andrew Norman Wilson, USA)

Lorem ipsum 1 (Victoria Fu, USA)

Pan (Anton Ginzburg, USA)

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