A young psychiatrist named Cora becomes intrigued by an angry new patient who arrives at a Belgian hospital without an identity or a voice, then suddenly disappears. Cora tracks her to an Icelandic town and there discovers the source of her rage. 2003, Iceland/France/Belgium, color, 35mm, in French and Icelandic with English subtitles, 90 minutes.
Preceded by Going Back Home Directed by Louise Bourque
A very quick look at the turmoil of unsheltered childhood, these few images convey so much emotion that the film will be played twice. 2000, U.S., color, 35mm, 30 seconds.
A Season on the Move Directed by Cindy Stillwell
For this meditation on two agricultural traditions, wheat-cutting and sheep-shearing, Montana-based cinematographer Cindy Stillwell uses Super-8 images and ambient sounds of combines, weather forecasts, nature, and commodities reports to cycle through the seasons. 2003, U.S., color/BW, video, 13 minutes.