Voyeurism, Surveillance, and Identity in the Cinema

July 15th 2016 - December 19th 2016

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"Inaugurating an ongoing collaboration with the International Center of Photography, who opened their doors at their new Bowery headquarters on June 23, this film series takes as its inspiration the ICP’s exhibition, PUBLIC, PRIVATE, SECRET. The ICP’s debut show explores the concept of privacy in today’s society and studies how contemporary self-identity is tied to public visibility. The film series expands on this idea by gathering a selection of films that engage the themes of voyeurism and surveillance, and that demonstrate the various ways that media is used to fashion a sense of identity." —Anthology Film Archives

Past Screenings