Venice Film Festival Won, Volpi Cup Best Actress Charlotte Rampling
Won, La Pellicola d'Oro Award Best Stagehand Roberto Di Pietro
Chicago International Film Festival Nominated, Won, Silver Hugo Best Cinematography
My fourth collaboration with Director Kahlil Joseph. Currently installed in the New Museum in New York.
A Feature Film by Andrea Pallaoro
Medeas recently won: UKTI Best Innovative Budget Award (Venice Film Festival), Best Debut-Cinematographer Award (CamerImage), Best Director (Marrakech International Film Festival), the Sergej Parajanov Award for Outstand¬ing Poetic Vision (Tbilisi International Film Festival), and Best Film- New Voices, New Visions (Palm Springs International Film Festival), Best Actress and Best Cinematogrpahy Award (Nashville Film Festival).
Venice International Film Festival 2013 (Mostra Internazionale D’ Arte Cinematografica) Mumbai Film Festival 2013 Morelia Int’l Film Festival 2013 Viennale Film Festival 2013 CamerImage Film Festival 2013 San Marino Film Festival 2013 Tertio Millenio Film Festival 2013 Marrakech International Film Festival 2013 The 14th Tbilisi Int’l Film Festival 2013 Palm Springs Int’l Film Festival 2014 Goteborg International Film Festival 2014 Uzack Bari 2014 Festival Internacional de Cine de Cartagena de Indias 2014 Sofia International Film Festival 2014 Vilnius International Film Festival 2014 Il Cinema Italiano Visto da Milano 2014 Panama International Film festival 2014 Florida Film Fest 2014 Istambul International Film Festival 2014 Nashville Film Festival 2014 Trento Film Festival 2014 Festival Int de Cinema D’ Autor de Barcelona 2014 Seattle Int’l Film Festival 2014 Edinburgh Int’l Film Festival 2014 Moscow International Film Festival 2014 Salento International Film Festival 2014 Terra di Siena International Film Festival 2014 Festival Internacional De Cine Independiente de La Plata 2014
Kahlil Joseph: Double Conscience
Kahlil Joseph: Double Conscience is MOCA's presentation of Kahlil Joseph's m.A.A.d, a double screen projection that is a lush portrait of contemporary Los Angeles. The camera sinuously glides through predominantly African American neighborhoods, pausing to capture quotidian moments—driving in a car, a marching band, the barbershop—that are suffused with creativity, joy, and sadness. The split screen divides the viewer's attention, and alludes to the history of auteur cinema—a form of filmmaking pioneered by French director Jean Luc Godard—which sacrificed linear narrative for experimentation with the formal and political possibilities of filmmaking. m.A.A.d extends this tradition of formal experimentation by crossing the wires of music videos, amateur film footage, and moments of magical realism. The two-part projection may also slyly evoke philosopher W.E.B. Dubois's early twentieth century concept of "double consciousness," a psychological description of Black life in America. The film's verbally dense and thick booming soundtrack, provided by hip-hop artist Kendrick Lamar, adds yet another layer to this prismatic account of contemporary life in Los Angeles.
Director / Editor / Eliot Rausch Producer / Preston Lee Co-Producer / Christian H. Clark Woman / Barbara Williams Husband / Harwood Gordon Cinematography / Chayse Irvin 1st AC / Jake Bianco 2nd AC / Elver Hernandez Associate Producer / Adam Litt Steadicam / Conner Vandeer Gaffer / Cody Jacobs An Über Content Production
Director / Editor / Eliot Rausch Producer / Preston Lee Executive Producer / Phyllis Koenig + Mark Schwartz Young Boy / Jonathan Woolsey Young Girl / Caitland Woolsey Cinematography / Chayse Irvin 1st AC / Jake Bianco Steadicam / Brandon Whiteside Line Producer / Adam Litt Location Scout / Jeff McSpadden Composer / Adam Taylor An Über Content Production
Special Thanks Jim Roudebush @ Panavision Richard Pilla & Tony Blue @ Paskal Lighting Funk Brothers