Experimental film-making collaborators Elizabeth Henry and Tony Gault will appear live in person to present a selection of their work made over the past fifteen years. Their approach to poetic documentary film-making “examines the human impulse toward dualism and narcissistic command of the planet Earth.”
The program will run for about 60 minutes and will be followed by a post-screening discussion with Henry and Gault. The full lineup of the films is below, which includes their two most recent works and the classic Case Histories in Psychotherapy.
Case Histories in Psychotherapy (2008, 8m)
Fossil Light (2009, 7m)
Ghost of Yesterday (2012, 6m)
An Evening Scene on the Same Subject (2012, 7.5m)
Four Cubic Feet of Space (2010, 8m)
Through These Trackless Waters (2007, 12m)