Patches of Snow in July

Sunday, January 19, 2:45pm
Film Synopsis

Mythology and religious fanaticism, climate deniers and environmental profiteers, natural disasters and the end of radio, all reflected in the mirror of a morphing landscape, poised for new devastation.

Runtime
8 minutes
Director
Lana Z Caplan
Country
United States of America
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Filmmaker Bio

California-based artist Lana Z Caplan makes experimental films, photographs and installations, screening at festivals, galleries and museums around the world including Chicago Underground Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Black Maria Film Festival, Montreal Underground Film Festival, CROSSROADS Festival, Antimatter, Anthology Film Archives, Experiments in Cinema, Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, Microscope Gallery Brooklyn, Inside Out Art Museum Beijing, Museo Tamayo Arte Contemporáneo Mexico City and the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson. She is the recipient of several grants including from Massachusetts Cultural Council, the Puffin Foundation, and the Film/Video Studio Program Fellowship at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus OH. Caplan is currently an Assistant Professor of Photography and Video at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

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Patches of Snow in July, Lana Z Caplan
Patches of Snow in July, Lana Z Caplan