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“Among the highest revelation-per-event ratios of any festival in New York.”
“The reason you attend a festival like Migrating Forms is to break preconceptions about what film is and can be.”
“the most exciting week in a year of New York filmgoing”
Members: Feb 8
General public: Feb 12
A showcase of video work by “the visual poet laureate of the Internet age” (Los Angeles Times).
This art collective’s work mimics nation-building rhetoric and branding in the Gulf region.
A soap-opera-style web series about three Berlin women in the digital age.
A chronicle of daily life in Baghdad leading up to the early weeks of the US occupation.
Cinematographer Haskell Wexler’s debut is a landmark of independent film.
Two films by Dutch documentary duo Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan.
Two fiercely political films by cinematographer-turned-director Haskell Wexler.
The British artist investigates the ways that HD video facilitates and obstructs intimacy.
This acclaimed artist interrogates the relationship between geographic space and cultural identity.
A found-footage portrait of the coup d’etat that hastened the end of the Soviet Union.
A bracing chronicle of the 2013 Independence Square protests in Ukraine.
This Brooklyn artist’s textured, lo-fi works blur the line between documentary and performance.