Cinema

LA AIR: ALIMA LEE

Sunday, August 6 at 8 PM.

Doors 7:30 PM. FREE EVENT!

LA AIR is an artist-in-residence program that invites Los Angeles filmmakers to utilize EPFC resources in creating a new work over an eight-week period. Tonight, we celebrate the work of June/July resident Alima Lee.

Alima will be screening various 8mm, 16mm & VHS short films exploring the black identity in America.
What A Time To Be Alive
VHS
La Fleur Noire
VHS, Directed by Alima Lee & Chris Bordenave
Cinematography & Editing by Alima Lee
Score by Kelsey Lu
SON. Artist Profile : Duckwrth
VHS, Directed by Alima Lee & Justen LeRoy
Cinematography & Editing by Alima Lee
Naia
8mm, Directed & Edited by Alima Lee
To Tend The Garden In My Heart
8mm, Directed & Edited by Alima Lee
Poetry by Arima Ederra
Score by Mndsgn
BRWN
16mm, Directed & Edited by Alima Lee & Ringgo Ancheta
Based on the album BRWN by B. Cool-Aid
Back On The Planet (A Ghetto Sci-Fi)
16mm expired ektachrome
Directed & Edited by Alima Lee
A fashion film for gender-neutral fashion house, No Sesso

Support for LA AIR provided by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. FREE EVENT!

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