DisOrient 2009 'Rapid Eye Movement'
String Phone: Kazuhito Nakae. NicoÂ has a boyfriend who has gone abroad, and she hardly gets through to him on the telephone. They are rarely able to connect by phone. One day, Nico finds a string phone for an international call.
Tea and Remembrance: Ron Yuan. A man realizes his dreams may be memories of another life. A woman is haunted by the same repetitive visions as she tries to decipher answers through her artwork. Chance encounters with strangers could be the only link to their past or future.
Ragin Asian: Angela Ngo. In this 6-hour shootout film from the summer Pan Asian Rites of Passage Program, a girl discovers the wonderful and dark powers bestowed on her when she eats rice.
Copy & Paste: Beth Tsai. This experimental short is about perceptions and memories. The female protagonist goes through different sections of her life, trying to recapture her lost memory.
Yamanote Line: Ark Mu. Two men come to Tokyo for different reasons. One rides the train of Yamanote Line everyday, and the other tours in all the bars in town. What do they really want from this city?
Permute: Lydia Fu. our existential heroine, Lulu attempts to discover a cryptic fate that she is only able to solve through the oblique vignettes of a film noir cityscape. Lulu journeys through a surrealist world fraught with mystery, anxiety and apprehension.
Double Features: Chihiro Wimbush. One night at an art-house cinema a brokenhearted young man waits for a date that never shows and a lonely projectionist mourns the past while dreaming of a better future. Together, they find that at the movies, anything can happen.
I DonÂt Sleep I Dream: JP Chan. A woman leaves the scene of a horrific car accident she's caused, only to realize she's left a part of herself behind. Nominated for Third Eye Award
Bijou Art Cinemas
492 East 13th
Eugene, OR 97401
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