Onion City Film Festival

Thanks for joining us for 2016! It was a fantastic year. 

 

Onion City Awards:

First Place: Many Thousands Gone
Ephraim Asili

Second Place: Something Between Us
Jodie Mack

Third Place: Mad Ladders
Michael Robinson

 

Honorable Mentions:

Notes from the Interior
Ben Balcom

Aswirl Alight Aight
Tommy Heffron

Azimuth
KaSandra Skistad

Psychic Driving
William E. Jones

Prima Materia
Charlotte Pryce

Occidente
Ana Vaz

Join us next year for the 28th Onion City Experimental Film Festival.

Sunday, March 24 | The Vibrating World

3:30 PM | 53 min

Amplifying the ground hum of nature’s looping signals, these three works give the viewer a kind of synesthesia, radiating colors and sounds, creating a cosmic connection between bodies, plants, and animals.

Filmmakers Joshua Gen Solondz (TOURISM STUDIES) and Philip Rabalais (BILL WITHERSPOON’S THOUGHTS ON LIGHT AND ELECTRICITY) will be in attendance for a short Q&A following the screening!


(tourism studies)    Shot in Tokyo, Baghdad, Amsterdam, Brussels, Golan Heights, Livingston, Baltimore, and Los Angeles over a ten year period, this project’s intent is release, not identity.  Joshua Gen Solondz  USA, 2019, 7:30 mins  Visit the   artist’s website here  .

(tourism studies)

Shot in Tokyo, Baghdad, Amsterdam, Brussels, Golan Heights, Livingston, Baltimore, and Los Angeles over a ten year period, this project’s intent is release, not identity.

Joshua Gen Solondz

USA, 2019, 7:30 mins

Visit the artist’s website here.

Bill Witherspoon’s Thoughts on Light and Electricity    A portrait of a man living alone in the high desert of eastern Oregon.  Philip Rabalais  USA, 2018, 8:37 mins  Visit the   artist’s website here  .

Bill Witherspoon’s Thoughts on Light and Electricity

A portrait of a man living alone in the high desert of eastern Oregon.

Philip Rabalais

USA, 2018, 8:37 mins

Visit the artist’s website here.

Electric Fogs    After months in bed, a recovering man explores an alpine region in order to reclaim his relationship to the outside world as well as to his own body. The mountain becomes a metaphor for the self, the quest, and inner chimera the man ruminates with his own steps.  Samir Nahas  Switzerland, USA, 2018, 36:26 mins  Visit the   artist’s website here  .

Electric Fogs

After months in bed, a recovering man explores an alpine region in order to reclaim his relationship to the outside world as well as to his own body. The mountain becomes a metaphor for the self, the quest, and inner chimera the man ruminates with his own steps.

Samir Nahas

Switzerland, USA, 2018, 36:26 mins

Visit the artist’s website here.