My favorites are the ones you see, but I have a lot you don’t see unless I’m naked. And I’m not going to get naked now. I’m too embarrassed with you.
A playful take on Latin American expeditions that reveals the contradictory problems therein.
The use and abuse of art in an imperfect world.
Fabulism and absurdity from an under-appreciated Italian master.
Jen George’s The Babysitter at Rest tells tales of the absurd expectations of womanhood.
A cinepoem—introduced by Leonard Schwartz.
Winnie is buried to her neck in scorched earth. A black revolver rests beside her chirping and disembodied head. Willie, her companion, feebly scratches on all fours at the impossible mound that separates them—at one point nearly rolling down its face into an empty abyss below. “Oh,” cries Winnie, “this is a happy day!”
Finding the hope in the one-woman plays of Samuel Beckett.