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Short Stay + shorts Directed by Ted Fendt December 16-22 at Anthology Film Archives In a time of shockingly bad faith—in cinema audiences and the electorate, and in anyone elected, and anyone considered the elect; in short, of everyone in everyone else—Ted Fendt is a loyalist. His three short films and one feature have all been shot by the same cinematographer, Sage Einarsen, on 16mm film. Broken Specs, Travel Plans, Going Out, and the 61-minute Short Stay...
Jean-Marie Straub and Danièle Huillet May 6-June 6 at MoMA When one begins talking about Straub-Huillet, one could easily start with individual films. Not Reconciled (1965) is a masterwork, and so is Class Relations (1983). The world would be poorer without the riches of These Encounters of Theirs (2005). The extended musical passages contained in The Chronicle of Anna Magdalena Bach (1967), Moses and Aaron (1974), and La Madre (2011) can bring transcendent lift to...
The only film at this year’s New Directors/New Films to screen on 35mm is Short Stay, the feature debut of Ted Fendt, who works at the Film Society of Lincoln Center as a projectionist. In fact Short Stay, like Fendt’s previous shorts, was shot on 16mm, and like the shorts it’s self-funded and more or less perfectly reflective of a singular sensibility. Shooting as usual again in his hometown of Haddonfield, New Jersey,...

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