Underpinning/ Overflowing

Saturday, January 18, 7:00pm
Film Synopsis

Two distinct personalities are represented by pairs of hands that interact with the ritual objects on the table before them. The channel on the left is a negating personality, who is skeptical to the point of destructiveness, and is bent on sabotaging the other with cruel words and by sticking needles into a doll. The channel on the right is a creative personality, who struggles to remain productive despite the influence of the Other.

Runtime
3 minutes
Director
Hannah I Walsh
Country
United States of America
Year completed
2016
Student Film
Arizona State University
Film image
Image of two hands resting on a table, one writing symbols on a piece of paper. Also on the table are a seashell filled with red liquid, colorful chalk, scraps of paper covered in drawings, and an open book with runes written in it.