Screendance II: Surreal & Real

In this collection of mid-length works, surreal stories and dreamlike encounters are punctuated by unexpected moments and colorful characters

In this collection of mid-length works, surreal narratives and dreamlike encounters are punctuated by unexpected moments and many quirky characters along the way. In the well titled A Perpetual State of What the F#@k!!?? (Australia, 2021), wandering children attempt to confront the sometimes ridiculous negligence of the generation before them. In Rekonstruktio (Finland, 2021), two old school friends revisit their past in a playful film where the retro architectural setting and quirky sound design make the viewer want to be a part of their world.

Viewing Details: Streaming Only

Program Info

Runtime: 60 minutes

October 28 - November 7

Venue: Streaming on Eventive

$8.99 General Admission

Program Films

A Perpetual State of What the F#@k - Mick Angus, Gavin Webber
This is a film made like a dream - a dream we are all in.
Mick Angus, Gavin Webber
Gavin Webber
(Australia, 2021) 9:21 minutes

A Perpeptual State of What the F#@k!!??

La Galerie, Loup-William-Théberge
Art ignites an unreal experience.
Loup-William Théberge
Loup-William Théberge
(Canada, 2021) 11:05 minutes

La Galerie

Orange Tree, Patricia Zhou
What happens when our hopes and dreams do not come true?
Patricia Zhou
Patricia Zhou
(United Kingdom, 2021) 7:08 minutes

Orange Tree

BreAking, Mee Jee Lee
In a space where light and darkness coexist, director Lee Miji presents a stage in which dancers pass, rearrange and mix everything in their own rhythms.
MeeJee Lee
Kyungeun Lee
(Republic of Korea, 2021) 6:54 minutes

BreAking

Crying on The Island They Own, Joan Dwiartanto, Cyrie Topete
Stuck in a bubble, these wealthy patrons know nothing else but tension.
Joan Dwiartanto, Cyrie Topete
Joan Dwiartanto, Cyrie Topete
(Indonesia, 2022) 8:30 minutes

Crying on The Island They Own

Rekonstruktio, Pia Andell
Two friends hold different memories from a shared past.
Pia Andell
Lassi Sairela
(Finland, 2021) 17:13 minutes

Reconstruction