UDVFF 13: Disappearances + Intonations

Editor’s Note: Welcome to the thirteenth program of our Virtual Film Festival, which offers a weekly watching schedule of moving image works available for free streaming. Previous programs can be found here.

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by Ruairí McCann

A collection of shorts and features whose curation was loosely inspired by two books (Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance by Ackbar Abbas and Intonations: A Social History of Music and Nation in Luanda, Angola, from 1945 to Recent Times by Marissa Moorman) and a couple of projects I’m working on. The state of the world and that great gift of free association also played their parts.

Fallen Arches2018Simon Liu10
Distancing 2019Miko Revereza10
The Image You Missed2018Dónal Foreman73
Intermittent Delight 2007Akosua Adoma Owusu5
The Canoe1972Alanis Obamsawin5
Killed the Family and Went to the Movies1969Júlio Bressane 64

Ruairí McCann is a graduate of English Literature with Film Studies (BA) from University College Dublin and Fim Studies (MA) from Queen’s University Belfast. He sits on the board of the Silgo Film Society and has written for Photogénie, Electric Ghost Magazine and Little White Lies.

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