Tonight marks the end of the 3rd annual Migrating Forms experimental media festival in NYC at the Anthology Film Archives. Films run all afternoon and evening, concluding with the meta-documentary You Are All Captains directed by Oliver Laxe. If you’re in NYC today, go check it out!
Richard Brody gave a glowing review of the film for the New Yorker, as did Lexie Delaney for VoxTalk.
The full lineup of films screening at Migrating Forms today is below. If you check out some films today, why don’t you come back here and leave a comment below about what you saw!
1:30 p.m.: “Group Program 8″
A Movie, dir. Jennifer Proctor
Despair, dir. Stephen Sutcliffe
Misty Suite, dir. James Richards
These Hammers Don’t Hurt Us, dir. Michael Robinson
3:15 p.m.: “Group Program 9 ”
Rosalinda, dir. »
- Mike Everleth
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