Austin-based filmmaker Kayla Abuda Galang offers instructional English translations for Tagalog conversational phrases and common expressions, while humorously communicating what it feels like to be sad and bored within the confines of your home. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO#AAPIHM https://t.co/A31imlRAzQThis tweet was posted on May 05, 2022.
Australian filmmaker Michael Fletcher follows West Papuan fisherman Abdul Aziz as he captures small bait while forming a special bond with the whale sharks around his boat, teaching us how we can coexist peacefully with nature. https://t.co/Y0vVKofQTC
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/UaDzIJSlLLThis tweet was posted on July 07, 2022.
British filmmaker Jamie Hancock follows Welsh land artist Jon Foreman on his adventures creating art in the outdoors. Together with his partner Briony and his son Alijah, they teach us the healing power of nature and how it inspires our innate creativity. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/CFucBYrnVDThis tweet was posted on April 22, 2022.
Canadian director Nathan Boey orchestrates forty animators from forty countries uniting with the same directive—the creation of a 3-second animation of a ball that is then passed to a fellow animator in another country and to pick up where you left off.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/9UOy6kuxfYThis tweet was posted on March 18, 2022.
Choreographers Peter Walker and Emily Kikta collaborate with forty-six dancers across twenty different countries during the pandemic to remind us that dance is a universal language—not bound by theater walls or limited by borders.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO#InternationalDanceDay https://t.co/ZmqhDbQgGVThis tweet was posted on April 28, 2022.
During the pandemic, Oakland-based filmmaker Ivan Cash and Los Angeles-based choreographer Jacob Jonas bring people together from all over the world who are dancing, playing music, providing a tour of their refrigerator, and introducing their pets.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/uU3DHQbYnvThis tweet was posted on March 31, 2022.
From their Pándēmos project, filmmakers Luis Aguer and Diego Medvedocky tell the story of a child who provides a first-hand perspective on the concepts of distance, solitude, and boredom in the frozen world of her Alaska home. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFOThis tweet was posted on January 07, 2022.
In Marcello Hutchison-Trujillo’s undergraduate thesis film at @SFSU, he compassionately explores the family tension caused by his father’s long-time friendship with an artist experiencing homelessness during the pandemic.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/fpb6PPoblQThis tweet was posted on August 18, 2022.
In Ray de Mesa’s first-year graduate film at San Francisco State University, a drag artist discovers an unexpectedly deep connection with a woman in exchange for a free dress.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO @sfsu @SFSUCinemaDept https://t.co/2ENS3GcAzFThis tweet was posted on August 05, 2022.
In Tomoki Misato’s (@Mitotki) first-year film from Tokyo University of the Arts, an office worker seeks to correct the record when she sees a colleague taking credit for her work. https://t.co/s0oA7gcWli
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFOThis tweet was posted on September 08, 2022.
In his experimental film exploring the miniature world of insects, French filmmaker Thomas Blanchard employs brilliant colors to highlight rare phenomena, such as the metamorphosis of a butterfly and carnivorous plants hunting.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/6q1wfy152lThis tweet was posted on July 28, 2022.
In his last film from the “Mexican Handcraft Masters” series, Mariano Rentería Garnica explores the cyclical nature of work created by the artists from the state of Michoacán.
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#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFOThis tweet was posted on September 15, 2022.
In the pampas grasslands of Montauk, New York, dancer Habby “Hob” Jacques and Los Angeles-based director Jess Hu explore and redefine the environment through the movement of flexing. https://t.co/eI2ZEIIaiR
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/fmHJD0AJy4This tweet was posted on July 14, 2022.
In this story of four extraordinary beings of dual male and female spirits from Tahiti, filmmakers Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, Dean Hamer, and Joe Wilson reveal how these beings passed their healing arts to the people of Hawai’i. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO#KapaemahuThis tweet was posted on October 06, 2022.
In “A ver ponte ahí”, Flor Marmolejo’s first-year graduate film made while at @SFSU, she revisits a family album and an opportune trip leads to a revelation.
#VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/Ru0EQm6bI6This tweet was posted on August 12, 2022.
London-based director Jacob Sutton employs the talents of Czech actor and dancer Kristián “Mr. Kriss” Mensa and German artist and choreographer Hannes Langolf to communicate the anticipation of a first kiss. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/FK6N5Q9u9EThis tweet was posted on February 14, 2022.
London-based filmmakers Felix Bazalgette and Josh Hughes transport us to a night shift at the oldest daily newspaper in Sierra Leone, which is produced in a loud, dimly lit printing press operated by a brotherhood of men. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFO https://t.co/uYbhlXX0ydThis tweet was posted on March 24, 2022.
SFO Museum celebrates the reopening of the Airport’s Video Arts screening room after a 20-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The program features a rotating exhibition of four short films with new films introduced each month. #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFOThis tweet was posted on December 07, 2021.
See these films in the Video Arts Gallery, located pre-security, in the International Terminal, open daily from 5am to 10pm or online at: https://t.co/s0oA7fUN7a #VideoArts#VideoArtsSFOThis tweet was posted on December 07, 2021.