Tues 14 | 9pm
THERE IS WIND THAT BLEW – CARL ELSAESSER
Two parents insert themselves into their son’s diary and assume several roles until the diary realizes their presence. As the passages fall apart and the son violently tries to get rid of his parents, a film crew appears-framing specifics-searching for concrete answers to an echoing repression. There is Wind That Blows explores the relationship between, closeted repression, film making, narrative representation, family history and agency.
“This film was designed as an attempt to actively forget a period of time in my life and ends today with an act of giving in and letting stay.” C.Elsaesser
THERE IS WIND THAT BLEW will be shown as part of the DL Selection on Feb 14 | 9pm, followed by Shaun Wilson’s B-Grade and the DL Double Feature at 11pm