Oct 05, 2014

52nd New York Film Festival

Film Pan (2014) will be presented as part of of the 52nd New York Film Festival, Avant-Garde section, now entitled PROJECTIONS, scheduled for Program 13, on Sunday, October 5th at 8:30pm.

PROJECTIONS presents an international selection of artists’ film and video work that expands upon our notions of what the moving image can do or be. Drawing on a broad range of innovative modes and techniques, including experimental narratives, avant-garde poetics, crossovers into documentary and ethnographic realms, and contemporary art practices, Projections brings together a diverse offering of short, medium, and feature-length work by some of today’s most vital and groundbreaking filmmakers and artists.

Curated by Dennis Lim (Director of Programming, Film Society of Lincoln Center), Aily Nash (independent curator), and Gavin Smith (Senior Programmer, Film Society of Lincoln Center)


Film Pan (2014) by Anton Ginzburg, explores the genealogy and interactions of reproduction technologies from 16mm film to video formats. It examines variations of the mechanical gaze and its disembodiment in relation to the architectural representation and historical context. The hybrid aura offers an interplay and reconsideration of temporal and spatial relationships.

52nd New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center /Projections
Program 13

October 5, 8:30pm

How to Make Money Religiously
Laure Prouvost, UK, 2014, DCP, 18m

Renaissance Center/GM Tower
Nicky Hamlyn, Canada/UK, 2012, 16mm, 5m

Sound of My Soul
Wojciech Bakowski, Poland, 2014, digital projection, 13m

Seven Signs that Mean Silence,
Sara Magenheimer, USA, 2013, digital projection, 11m          

Stephanie Barber, USA, 2014, digital projection, 3m

SONE S/S 2014: Chase ATM emitting blue smoke, Bank of America ATM emitting red smoke, TD Bank ATM emitting green smoke /// Invisibility-cloaked hand gestures in offshore financial center jungle
Andrew Norman Wilson, USA, 2014, digital projection, 11m

Lorem ipsum 1
Victoria Fu, USA, 2013, DigiBeta, 13m

Anton Ginzburg, USA, 2014, 16mm, 6m