OIFF presents Jordan Baseman Short Film Program A21

 

The 8th Annual Oregon Independent Film Festival© returns to showcase the best in independent cinema to our magnificent state of Oregon.

Dedicated to discovering the greatest new filmmakers, the Oregon Independent Film Festival searches the globe to find the most innovative and engaging movies of the year, to screen the best new work, alongside hollywood premieres, together in the legendary cinema houses of the pacific northwest, as part of our mission to promote the majestic state of Oregon as a global film tourism destination.

The Oregon Independent Film Festival is an event not-to-be-missed.

The Oregon Independent Film Festival features over 70 films from 11 countries, screened over two weeks in independent cinemas across the great state of Oregon, USA.

OIFF presents Jordan Baseman Short Film Program A21

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gendersick
gendersick
Director: 
Jordan Baseman
Country: 
United Kingdom
Year: 
2019

What does it mean to identify as an agender, asexual person? How does the construct of gender, impact on expressions of identity for the individual? How is gender represented and perceived and understood within our culture? How are non-binary individuals represented?

gendersick asks questions about our understanding of gender today.

Using in-camera, stop frame animation techniques and recorded over a week, with one-second long, double-exposure shots taken on the streets of Texas - make up the foundations for the visual material. The narration, is a highly edited audio collage was derived from interview sessions lasting many hours, and over multiple days.

LaLaLaLa
La La La La
Director: 
Jordan Baseman
Country: 
United Kingdom
Year: 
2019

La La La La features hours of interviews and recordings have been collaged together to present multiple narratives simultaneously. Fragmentation, overlapping: a conflux of information visually and aurally collide in this work.

La La La La is a Wellcome Trust funded collaboration with NHS psychiatrist Professor Julian Hughes, University of Bristol, RICE Professor of Old Age Psychiatry.

La La La La in many ways is an experimental portrait featuring residents living in a care home in North Shields. The production of the film itself is a result of a scientific study exploring Citizenship and Authenticity with people within residential care homes.

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