Tag Archive for memory

IMMERSIVE MEMORIES: HOW CAN AN “INDEPENDENT AVANT-GARDE EXPERIMENTAL FILMMAKER” BREATHE LIFE INTO THE MEMORIALIZATION OF A DEAR COLLEAGUE, REMEMBERING SHARED PASSIONS FOR HAND-CRAFTED ANIMATION, ELEPHANTS, AND DOME-PROJECTION?

Every few days for the past several weeks, when checking my email, an uncanny reading suggestion from Academia.edu appears in my inbox. Based on my “Reading History,” I might be interested in an article titled “Drawing a Motion on Death”…

Flesh (2019)

Flesh (Carne) is a Brazilian animated documentary directed by Camila Kater in 2019. Flesh follows the story of five women in different phases of life as they speak about their ambiguous relationship with their own bodies, as well as their…

Animated Memories

Theorists of film and photography, from Barthes to Benjamin, have often drawn our attention to photographic media as a way of accessing history. However, animated documentaries such as Places Other People Have Lived (Yilmaz, 2011), Learned by Heart (Rimminen and…