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Awake Zion
The Birdpeople
Call It Democracy
Derailroaded
Ears, Open. Eyeballs, Click.
The Education of Shelby Knox
Ghetto Fabulous
Kaikohe Demolition
In a Nutshell: A Portrait of Elizabeth Tashjian
A Life Without Pain
The Loss of Nameless Things
Mana: Beyond Belief
Occupation: Dreamland
Other People’s Pictures
POPaganda
ScaredSacred
Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party
Trollywood
Trudell
A Whale of a Tale
Why Should the Devil Have All The Good Music?

Shorts
Buried in the Backyard
Chickens in the City
Fridge
Hush
Nature’s Blueprints
One Nice Thing
The Ramones and I
Small Town Secrets
Spotters

Films
The Birdpeople

5/5/22, 500p, Women’s Building Buy Tickets

Michael Gitlin
2005, USA, 61 min.
www.flatsurfacefilms.com

“A study of ornithologists in which the observers merge indissolubly with their subjects. The film, shot on 16mm, divorces image from sound, creating a flurry of testimonials and readings that place it far above most talking-head docs. Abetted by Gitlin’s ultra-intimate eye, THE BIRDPEOPLE goes beyond the usual issues of human-bird interaction (tagging, nets, pouches, hunting, taxidermy) into profitably weird turf, such as the potent effect one warbler species had on the McCarthy hearings.”

—Edward Crouse, Village Voice

 

Preceded by:

Hush

Mike Seely
2004, USA, 5 min.

Listening to nature with high technology.

 

Nature’s Blueprints

Mike Seely
2004, USA, 10 min.

Designing buildings inspired by natural forms makes for some pretty unusual buildings, not to mention their architect

 

Chickens in the City

Christie Herring
2004, USA, 8 min.

Chickens: They’re all around us, wherever we go.