A dramatic film screening by Anne Marie Nakagawa
EMMEDIA 2008/2009 Artist in Residence

November 21st, 2009, 7:00pm
EMMEDIA Screening Room
Admission is FREE


In an unnamed place, in an unnamed time, a man and a woman go through the motions of life, fused to each other for a reason neither of them can remember. Meandering through a withering landscape of loneliness and thread-bare self consciousness, Sand Castle is an experimental film that explores the futility of relationship and our inability to escape it. In this stark black and white world, all desires and memories are sublimated into shades of grey.

About the artist:

Anne Marie Nakagawa is a Calgary-based writer and director. She has written and directed several long-form documentary films, as well as numerous experimental shorts that have played at festivals and galleries worldwide. Between: Living in the Hyphen, a National Film Board of Canada production, premiered at the Calgary International Film Festival in 2005 and went on to win numerous awards.

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