@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #video This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 80 posts and this is page 2 of 7.

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
Celebrate Native American Heritage Month at SFO with a visit to the Video Arts gallery in the International Terminal Departures Lobby. This video was posted on November 01, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #turningtables #joshuadeperry #powwowstep #djclassicroots #firstnations #anishinaabe #ojibwe #nativefilm
Algonquin-French multidisciplinary artist and filmmaker Caroline Monnet presents a striking portrait of mixed martial artist Ashley Nichols, who joins the ceremonial traits of Muay Thai with the spiritual observances of her own Chippewa ancestry. This video was posted on October 24, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #carolinemonnet #algonquin #portrait #mma #muaythai #ashleynichols #chippewa #cocomonnet #firstnations #ojibwe #anishinaabe
The husband-and-wife filmmaking team of Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata employ stop-motion to animate a 150-word poem by Ron Koerge in this poignant and bittersweet story about family, loss, and the finer points of packing a suitcase. This image was posted on September 25, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #stopmotion #poem #loss #packing #suitcase
Organic life somehow emerges beneath the black waves of the first oceans in this composition and film produced as a long-distance collaboration between lifelong friends, Los Angeles-based Aurélien Rubod and London-based Michaël Stroudinsky. This video was posted on September 16, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #illustration #animation #oceans #dna #waves
NOW PLAYING: Filmmaker Kristian Melom’s poetic approach matches the writing style of his subject, rising literary star Jason Reynolds, whose enthusiastic embrace of Young Adult Fiction and use of realism demonstrate the power and limitlessness of the genre. This video was posted on September 03, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #portrait #jasonreynolds #writer #yabooks #yafiction
NOW PLAYING: From the filmmaker’s documentary series on craft methods employed in the state of Michoacán, artisan Carlos Hernández and three generations of his family demonstrate their method for producing exquisite pottery in the town of San José de Gracia. This image was posted on August 26, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #mexico #mexican #handcraft #pottery #marianorenteríagarnica #michoacán
NOW PLAYING: First-time filmmaker Muna Al Hariri, a resident of Jordan’s Azraq Refugee Camp, expresses her need to be a normal teenager while sharing her hopes and dreams in this expressionistic film produced during a media workshop for Syrian girls. This video was posted on August 12, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #syria #refugee #jordan #teenager #dreams #dreamswithoutborders
NOW PLAYING: In a nod to animation’s origins as shadow play, London-based filmmaker Ben Steer presents the story of a woman and her son fleeing through a dizzying landscape of towers and tiers in “Mamoon”, which was inspired by reports of the Syrian refugee crisis. This video was posted on August 05, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #animation #shadowplay #shadow #syria #refugeecrisis #refugee #mamoon #bensteer
NOW PLAYING: Born in Lebanon to Palestinian refugees, Imad Khachan, an immigrant without a family, found a way to create his own while operating New York City’s last remaining chess shop as a welcoming place to sit, converse, and create community. This video was posted on August 01, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #newyorkcity #newyork #chess #community #kingofthenight #lonelyleap