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Purge This Land Purge This Land

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Frontline | Frontline | Lee Anne SCHMITT | USA | 2017 | 80min | DCP | color | Documentary
Director Lee Anne SCHMITT Screenplay Lee Anne SCHMITT Producer Lee Anne SCHMITT Cinematography Lee Anne SCHMITT Art Director N/A Editor Lee Anne SCHMITT Sound Sara SUAREZ, Ben HUFF Music Jeff PARKER Cast N/A

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
201 2018. 05. 05 10:00 CGV Jeonjugosa 2
EK15
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633 2018. 05. 09 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 5
EK15GV
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838 2018. 05. 11 17:30 CGV Jeonjugosa 4
EK15GV
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  • Review

    It is essay film potraying the spiritual heritage of the abolitionist, John Brown. He was a white man but sentenced a death panelty finally for planning armed insurrection in 1859. The director decribes the hostile John Brown connecting to the reality. The history of African American doesn´t stop as the record and the uprising of the past, still goes on today in various ways. Lee Anne Schmitt teaches kids how to clean this land, mingles and spreads her ideas and the story of John Brown. It is the work of expanding the possibility of cinematic introspection and expression. Intersected the violence of the past and current American society, the film asks how to connect the thoughts of the past and the present. It reveals the important aspect of introspective documentary because it makes people ask questions, finds the way to purify the past. [LEE Sang-yong]

Director

Lee Anne SCHMITT

Bron in 1971 in Ohio, USA. Her projects have addressed American exceptionalism, the logic of utility and labor, gestures of kindness and refusal, racial violence, cowboyism, trauma and narrative and the efficacy of solitude. She has exhibited widely at venues that include MoMA NY, the Getty Museum, RedCat Theater, Northwest Film Society, Centre Pompidou and festivals such as Viennale, CPH/DOX, Oberhausen and Rotterdam.