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Fri, Oct 14


Millennium Film Workshop

Personal Cinema: Julie Orlick

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Personal Cinema: Julie Orlick
Personal Cinema: Julie Orlick

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Oct 14, 2022, 9:00 PM

Millennium Film Workshop, 167 Wilson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237, USA

About the event

We are thrilled to welcome experimental filmmaker Julie Orlick to the Personal Cinema series to share some of her original works, projected from 16mm prints. Julie's cinema transports the spectator to a  world of pierrots and paper moons, rife with ghostly faces and mysterious longing. She will be showing original prints of her films, followed by a selection of older french surrealist shorts that inspire her work. FILMS: Trauer Natur Das is Kunst Paris 2015 Julie Orlick (b. 1990; Los Angeles, California) is an American underground experimental filmmaker, analog photographer, poet & artist. Funding her practice through her day-job as a pastry chef, for nearly 10 years Orlick has written, produced and edited over 13 short experimental films in 16mm while based in Brooklyn, New York. Orlick’s visual landscape is evocative of the nascent stages of the artform in tandem with cult-cinema of mid-century American experimental filmmaking. Using a Bolex h16 Rex-5, her signature style employs in-camera bolex tricks, multiple exposures, slow motion, fast motion & superimpositions, to effect a pastiche of 20th century pop-culture, an epoch intimately bound to, and defined by, film. Orlick is an instructor at Mono No Aware Film & has presented films in underground DIY venues & mini theaters across the country & internationally in Mexico City & Berlin. She and/or her work has been featured in the New York Times, The Guardian, Vice, and Bedford and Bowery, and a double-exposed still from her short film 'Traur Natur' titled ‘ZuZu und Wienglas’ is showcased in Joel Schlemowitz' book Experimental Filmmaking and the Motion Picture Camera.


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