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UnionDocs

Experimental & Documentary

UnionDocs Center for Documentary Art offers fellowships/residencies aimed at education and collaborative production. It is well-known as a microcinema that presents non-fiction film, video, sound, discussion, and performance.

Location 322 Union Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211

Contact 718.395.7902 Venue site

Screening Formats 16mm, Digital video

Operating Since 2004

Ticket info $10

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Screenings

  • Have You Ever Killed a Bear
    Marwa Arsanios201425min
    In Hell
    sean bonney201714min
    My Name is Foreigner
    Cana Bilir-Meier20137min
    Rettungsgriffe (Rescue Grips)
    Nina Kreuzinge20178min
    We’re thrilled to welcome back filmmaker and programmer Minou Norouzi for a brand new program, The Revolution is Not A Virgin, featuring the work of Marwa Arsanios, Sean Bonney, Cana Bilir-Meier, Şener Özmen, Nina Kreuzinger, and a performance by Hadi Fallahpisheh. Countering the typically noisy, chaos-driven acts of ‘revolution’ and the campaigning desire of documentary as a political tool this programme of video works explores silence as a productive act of resistance. It asks what viewers can discern from gaps in artistic expression; from what is not shown; from what is not said? In an introduction and post-screening discussion, Minou will discuss these works in relation to her current research project Revolutionary Patience: The Ethics of Non-interventionist Documentary Encounters, also included as part of the College Art Association, CAA 107th Annual Conference.
    7:30pm