From underwater to underground and from luck to love, each director uses her own style to illustrate the feeling of immersion.
Directed by Mary Ahmann
Through a day in the life of intriguing and comical Minnesotans, local filmmaker Ahmann explores mysteries in numbers, fate, and luck. 2004, U.S., color, video, 7 minutes.
Directed by Maeri Hedstrom
A creature awakens in the cold, isolated world of an industrial laboratory cell but eventually makes it back to her underwater home. 2003, U.S., color, video, 4 minutes.
Directed by Julie Wyman
Mixing elements of documentary, silent film, animation, and science, Wyman pieces together different properties of water. 2004, U.S., BW/color, video,
28 minutes. A Women Make Movies release.
Directed by Jenny Rogers
Underwater cowgirl acrobats challenge gender roles and examine the American west in a simple, exquisite setting. 2003, U.S., color, 35mm, 11 minutes.
Self Portrait Post Mortem
Directed by Louise Bourque
Buried, forgotten, and later unearthed, images of Bourque’s young self serve as the backdrop for this film about decay and transformation. 2002, U.S., color, 35mm, 3 minutes.
Directed by Karen Lin
Using a popular children’s game as a motif, Lin shows how the pursuit of perfection quashes happiness and individuality. 2004, U.S., BW, 35mm,
Directed by Tracey Moffatt
Engulfed in emotion and violence, Love is a collage of classic Hollywood dramas. As the pieces come together, the story that forms exposes love as portrayed in popular cinema. 2003, U.S., BW/color, video, 21 minutes. A Women Make Movies release.