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Issue #29: Kino-Eye of OtherZine . Past Perfect • Future Tense: Voices and Visions of Women in Film Across Time and Space by Adrianne Finelli

A article by Adrianne Finelli  on the recent GAZE screening Film series  in San Franscisco,  Past Perfect • Future Tense:  Voices and Visions of Women in Film Across Time and Space

” (…) Trapped Between Frames by Nazare Soares. The piece is a single-channel version of a stereoscopic photography installation that was the culmination of Soares’ studies at the University of Brighton. It was inspired by Japanese folklore and the Kaiser-Panorama, a pre-cinematic display made in 1883, and is the story of the sun goddess, Amaterasu portrayed through a painterly hybrid of formats—16mm, VHS, HD and 3D animation. There is a physical element involved in viewing this film, as your optic nerve works overtime to transport you from dream to myth to history. Memory becomes a visceral concept as the shrouded figure walks between stereoscopic images of caves flickering. Soares brings intent to the myth of Amaterasu, and an unwavering strength to the screen as she reverses the gaze to remind us that we part of something bigger than ourselves.

Past Perfect • Future Tense includes 16 individual voices and visions that would resonate in many contexts with diverse audiences. To me this collection of films builds in a strong and compelling way, creating new meaning between the works––space where silence has value and time connects us to one another.

Adrianne Finelli

Past Perfect. Future Tense . GAZE at Artists Television Access in San Francisco. June 26 2015 • 8PM

Trapped Between Frames has been selected for a show curated by Gaze at ATA in San Francisco. Female visions on relationships with time and history.


Delighted to announce the lineup for the next GAZE show!!
Past Perfect • Future Tense
Friday, June 26 • 8PM
A show dedicated to our relationship with time—looking into the past, the present, and the future—contemplating our connection to the clock and calendar. Seasons, cycles, phases, orbits and generations. How do we understand the longing for things that are gone or our desire to rewrite the past? What can we make of our anxiety of the unknown or the anticipation of things yet to be?
Join us June 26th for the summer solstice edition of GAZE film series.

Featuring the work of:
Caroline Blais
Catron Booker
Olivia Ciummo
Kim Collmer
Cecelia Condit
Kelly Gallagher
Carolina González Valencia
Karolina Glusiec
Traci Hercher
Heidi Kumao
Mirka Morales
Sylvia Schedelbauer
Shubhangi Singh
Nazare Soares
Deborah Stratman
Hope Tucker