Short film: “I see,” a MoMA commission by ND/NF alum

The Museum of Modern Art has just started an interesting program of commissioning short films about the museum experience by New Directors/New Films alums. I really dug this one directed by Azazel Jacobs (Momma’s Man, ND/NF ’08). In it, a beleaguered urban dude takes a departure from reality via one of those audio tours. I found it an engaging comment on what a museum can bring to your life, that it can be more than just a static and staid interaction between a viewer and an art object.

I’d love to see more of this kind of thing. Maybe it justifies someone with a camera going down the NewYorkology cultural institution list?

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One Comment on “Short film: “I see,” a MoMA commission by ND/NF alum”

  1. Christian Says:

    wow I really loved it!! what great story in only 90 seconds…


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