Remote will screen in Moscow at the Garage Center for Contemporary Culture as part of the Deconstruction of Cinematic Realities Film Program. Couldn’t ask for a better fit for that piece. More details here:
The program – organized in collaboration with the International Film Festival Rotterdam – features twenty-six full-length films and shorts by directors from all over the world, each addressing cinema’s transgression of the traditional boundaries, which separates fiction from reality.
The show venues are:
August 30, September 14-16, Pioner cinema at Gorky park
August 31 – September 13, 2012, Garage Temporary Summer Pavilion, Gorky Park
Film selection by Olya Borissova (GARAGE SCREEN) and Inge De Leeuw (International Film Festival Rotterdam)
Program Partner: Pioner cinema at Gorky park.
All throughout, it’s a great line up. I’m pretty excited about my screening:
FRIDAY 31 AUGUST, GARAGE TEMPORARY SUMMER PAVILION
20:00 Remote. 2011. USA. Directed by Jesse McLean. 12 min.
20:15 Francophrenia (or Don’t Kill Me, I know Where the Baby Is). 2012. USA. Directed by Ian Olds. 70 min.