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films by Silvia Turchin
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Three Sketches of Japan
2020. Past and present push and pull.
Oh Christmas Tree
2019. Oh Christmas Tree. Dive into the disposable fate of one of society's principal symbols of joy and unity, the beloved Christmas Tree.
Circles: A Poem In Three Parts
2016. Visual poem which examines diverse manifestations of circularity in an attempt to erode the veneer of the everyday and reveal deeper existential undercurrents. Selected Screenings: London Experimental Film Festival, SF Roxie Mixtape Series, Big Muddy
2013. A sensory-based piece that explores the ethereal past of San Francisco's historic streetcars. Selected Screening and Awards: Fargo Film Festival (Best Experimental Short), Ann Arbor 52, Mill Valley Film Festival 36, Dresden Filmfest 26, Pacific Film Archive
2010. Beauty is found in details of the anachronistic and declining. Selected Screening and Awards: Fargo Film Festival (Honorable Mention), Pacific Film Archive, John Gutmann Filmmaker Award of Excellence, Leo Diner Memorial Scholarship
2006. A lonely, wintery Warsaw.
Mañana de ayer, de hoy
2011. A collage of voices based in Jaime Gil de Biedma's poem of the same name.
2011. Devolution of love over time. Director: Natalie Tsui. Director of Photography: Silvia Turchin. Selected Screenings: Asian American Film Festival 30
2012. Transformation with sand and flowers.
2010. Originally designed as a looped piece. Movement, rupture, happiness.