After Muybridge – Director: Spencer Holden

(USA) World Premiere

A Non-Cinema performance after Muybridge.

Cast: Spencer Holden

Cup of Stars – Directors: Ryan Betschart, Tyler Betschart

(USA) US Premiere

A vivid tableau of tenderness finds two brothers under a cool night sky fishing for stars and supernovas.

Cast: Ryan Betschart, Tyler Betschart

Gray Hairs – Director: Annapurna Kumar


In 2013, the Apache helicopter’s targeting systems were updated from standard definition black and white to high-resolution color video, touted as a boost to pilot safety and US military dominance.

Infrastructures – Director: Aurèle Ferrier


A journey through infrastructures that are common to an everyday reality of routine, but presented as completely deserted.

JUS SOLI – Director: Somebody Nobody Collective

(UK) North American Premiere

This film opens up a discourse on the Black British experience, interrupting the emotional transition between generations and questioning what it means to be British.

Cast: Nicholas Pinnock

The Neutral Zone – Director: LJ Frezza

(USA) World Premiere

A historical survey of the utopias described in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" (1987-1994). This catalog of doorways, walls, and rooms might define our understanding of possible futures.

Notes from the Interior – Director: Benjamin Balcom


How do you describe the complexities of being a body? A wandering through the self, an associative search for secrets.

Novaciéries – Directors: (LA)HORDE Collective, Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer, Arthur Harel

(France) North American Premiere

A combination of cinema, performance, and home video that transcends dance films and presents a choreographed and metaphysical portrait of the post-industrial world by reinterpreting post-internet dance.

Cast: Eve Coquart, Ylva Falk, Kevin Martinelli, Edgar Scassa

Pudding – Director & Screenwriter: Ryan Betschart


Pudding describes through auditory and visual wonder two children exploring their body curiosity through the telling of false memories regarding 1970’s pop icons.

Cast: Aiden Griner Riley as Boy, Evee Griner Riley as Girl

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