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WATERMARKS



An experimental documentary about Richmond, Virginia, where Confederate monuments obscure the buried traumas of the slave trade along the James River. The river becomes a line to trace a history that remains invisible. Detailed landscapes, hand-developed 16mm film, and unconventional sound design unearth a buried world, questioning how the past has been recorded or suppressed.

14 minutes, 2018 • subtítulos aquí


SCREENINGS (2019)

Los Angeles Filmforum at MOCA • Los Angeles, CA
Slamdance Film Festival Park City, UT
Iowa City Intl. Documentary Festival (ICDOCS) Iowa City, IA
Chicago Underground Film Festival Chicago, IL
Alchemy Film & Moving Image Festival Hawick, UK
Feminist Border Arts Film Festival Las Cruces, NM
Treefort Music Festival Boise, ID
NOFLASH Video Show Rutgers University, NJ
CalArts Directing Showcase, REDCAT Los Angeles, CA
Fracto Experimental Film Encounter Berlin, Germany