Experimentation In Arab Cinema From The 1960s To Now: Painterly 'Buried Secrets' (Tunisia)

From Shadow and Act Wed Nov 14 2012, 16:32:30

Currently running at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) here in NYC is a three-part film exhibition titled Mapping Subjectivity: Experimentation in Arab Cinema from the 1960s to Now, which aims to highlight a largely unknown heritage of experimental cinema from the Arab world. The works selected for this 3rd edition of Mapping Subjectivity hail from Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, and more, reflecting a diversity and richness of voices. I've been giving access to all the films in the series, and I'll be giving you a brief look at each of them in individual posts. The series funs through the 25th of this month. Yesterday, I...

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