How to Fix the World, October 13
Using computer-generated imagery, subtle shading, or sculpted clay, women animators invite viewers to reinterpret personal and political histories, from slavery to contemporary corporate corruption.
Reminiscence and reportage in inventive animated docs.
Jennifer Todd Reeves in Person. Veteran avant-garde filmmaker Reeves's first feature-length fiction film is a portrait of a writer, increasingly isolated in New York. "A black-and-white journey into a beautifully restless mind."-Variety. Prize winner at Berlin and Tribeca Film Festivals.
Caroline Martel in Person. "The Phantom of the Operator is an enormously creative docu by Caroline Martel-a found object of sorts that begins as a historical overview of female telephone operators, but gradually evolves into a wryly observed portrait of human society in the technocratic age."-Variety