Untitled, Expanded continues the discourse about power, gender, desire, repression, diversity, art, society, culture, and identity begun four years ago with Jim Hodges’ collaborative film project, Untitled. While Untitled juxtaposed archival footage, mainstream network news broadcasts, artists’ documentation, and popular TV, film, and music for a reflection on the personal and the political, Untitled, Expanded presents features, documentaries, and short films that explore related themes by filmmakers past and present from all over the world.
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Homeboy, Dino Dinco, 57 min (2011)
Kuhani, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, 7 min (2014)
Sticks and Stones: Bambi Lake, Silas Howard, 16 min (2013)
A Place of Rage, Pratibha Parmar, 52 min (1991)
Anthem, Marlon Riggs, 8:18 min (1991)
DHPG Mon Amour, Carl M. George, 13 min (1988)
Memorial Tribute, Derek Jarman, 2:03 min (1993)
Yesterday, Darrel Roodt, 96 min (2004)
Fear of Disclosure, Phil Zwickler and David Wojnarowicz, 5:30 min (1989)
How to Survive a Plague, David France, 109 min (2012)
5 Broken Cameras, Emad Burnat and Guy Davidi, 94 min (2011)
September 11, Ken Loach, 10:57 min (2002)
Young and Gay in Putin’s Russia, Vice News, 31 min (2014)
The Stag, Ian Rashid, 9 min (2002)
Un chant d’amour, Jean Genet, 26 min (1950)
Salvation Army, Abdellah Taïa, 84 min (2013)
The Next Life, Derek Jarman, 3:28 min (1993)
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