The Women's Film Festival 2016: Waxing
Waxing Runtime: 43 min
Carl Jung suggested the possibility of a collective unconscious wherein we might access the collective memories of our ancestors through dreams. In this way, we seem to remember a time from our collective past prior to our evolution into humans. WAXING explores a personal mythology through dreams from written accounts maintained throughout the course of the director's life.
Set to Chemo Castronovo's ethereal lunar soundscapes, these vignettes are based on dreams in which the Moon played an important role. Equal parts poetry and nightmare, WAXING attempts to engage the world in a dialog about the heaviness of responsibility, our fears of failure, what our dreams could mean, and where they come from.
Caplan Recital Hall at The University of the Arts (View)
211 S. Broad Street, 17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
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