Posts Tagged: Joanie 4 Jackie

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RES reviews Some Kind of Loving

“An appealing anti-aesthetic. Coarse and scruffy, yes, but also very hot, in a weird sort of way.”

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RES reviews Some Kind of Loving

“An appealing anti-aesthetic. Coarse and scruffy, yes, but also very hot, in a weird sort of way.”

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Other Writing

NY ARTS magazine; Offscreen Film Journal; Heeb Magazine; The Independent; Joanie 4 Jackie Co-Star Tape; festival and exhibition catalogues

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Other Writing

NY ARTS magazine; Offscreen Film Journal; Heeb Magazine; The Independent; Joanie 4 Jackie Co-Star Tape; festival and exhibition catalogues

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SOME KIND OF LOVING

This videotape compilation explores sexuality from its formulation in childhood, through adolescence and into adulthood, referencing psychoanalytic theory as easily as pop culture.

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SOME KIND OF LOVING

This videotape compilation explores sexuality from its formulation in childhood, through adolescence and into adulthood, referencing psychoanalytic theory as easily as pop culture.

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Miranda July, Octant, Big Miss Moviola

Live performance, lady-made movies, robot band.

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Miranda July, Octant, Big Miss Moviola

Live performance, lady-made movies, robot band.

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Other Screenings at Pratt

The Pratt Film Series was a weekly program dedicated to showing work not easily accessible to the public and to forging ties across disciplines including performance, music, painting, sculpture, animation, theater, and architecture. Over the course of three years, Suparak presented work from 18 countries, spanning nearly the history of cinema, as well as guest filmmakers and performers, traveling film and music festivals, and collaborations with other New York City venues.

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Other Screenings at Pratt

The Pratt Film Series was a weekly program dedicated to showing work not easily accessible to the public and to forging ties across disciplines including performance, music, painting, sculpture, animation, theater, and architecture. Over the course of three years, Suparak presented work from 18 countries, spanning nearly the history of cinema, as well as guest filmmakers and performers, traveling film and music festivals, and collaborations with other New York City venues.