@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #film This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 69 posts and this is page 1 of 6.

A deafblind Danish woman travels to Nepal to meet a woman with the same condition in Isabel Morales Bondy’s documentary short that demonstrates the capacity for human communication in the absence of visual and spoken language. This image was posted on February 24, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #isabelmoralesbondy #deafblind #deafblindness #denmark #nepal
Brooklyn-based filmmaker Eugene Kolb recalls love at first sight in this charming animated short that illustrates the story of how he and his partner Clara met and fell for each other while riding a subway train. This image was posted on February 04, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #eugenekolb #valentinesday #brooklyn #love #illustration #subway #animation
Brooklyn-based filmmaker Eugene Kolb recalls love at first sight in this charming animated short that illustrates the story of how he and his partner Clara met and fell for each other while riding a subway train. This video was posted on February 04, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #eugenekolb #valentinesday #brooklyn #love #illustration #subway #animation
The importance of family and mutual support are the touchstones of Glen Milner’s portrait of Karam and Kartari Chand, two Indian immigrants to England’s industrial north who held the distinction of being married longer than any other couple in the world. This video was posted on January 27, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #glenmilner #elders #india #britishindian #family #marriage
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This video was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This image was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
Dutch filmmaker Bas Berkhout profiles twenty-five-year-old artist Kathryn Engberg, a third-generation classical realist portrait painter whose work challenges the manner in which women are typically portrayed in the media. This video was posted on January 06, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #basberkhout #kathrynengberg #classicalrealism #womeninart
NOW PLAYING: In his thesis film for England’s National Film and Television School, Edward Bulmer offers a comedic look at the debilitating effects of anxiety and self-doubt on a young man who longs to escape his routine and experience the world. This video was posted on December 18, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #nationalfilmandtelevisionschool #mentalhealth #anxiety #hedgehog #animation
NOW PLAYING: Berkeley-based filmmaker Kevin Gordon profiles Stockton, California’s Michael Chicago, the son of a Filipino immigrant mother and an alcoholic father, who escaped a difficult home life through Turfing, a form of street dancing with roots in Oakland. This video was posted on December 09, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #sub64films #michaelchicago #turfdancing #stocktonproud #turfinc #stockton #california #dance #dancing
NOW PLAYING: A young woman and an Anishinaabe shapeshifter are guided by the spirits of displaced animals in this dreamlike stop-motion film by Michif artist Amanda Strong that raises the issues of land development and reclamation of indigenous practices. This video was posted on November 18, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #animation #stopmotion #thecontinuousthread #biidaaban #amandastrong #firstnations #michif #anishinaabe #nativefilm
A trans youth who has lost connection to his Native culture is profoundly affected by a chance encounter with a mysterious woman in this story of identity and reconnection by filmmaker Shane McSauby, a citizen of the Gichi Wiikwedong Odawa Anishinaabek. This video was posted on November 13, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #minobimaadiziwinfilm #shanemcsauby #anishinaabe #odawa #firstnations #nativefilm #transawareness
NOW PLAYING: Filmmaker Anthony Florez examines native identity through the eyes of self-professed cowgirl Kellie Harry, a fellow member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe who returned to Northern Nevada to raise her children in their traditional lifestyle. This video was posted on November 06, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #thecontinuousthread #anthonyflorez #pyramidlakepaiute #nativepride #indigenouspride #nativefilm