Amir George, Just a Place

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Just a Place, by Amir George, is a glimpse into Hoodoe, land of the Hoodonians. A nomadic civilization exiled from one planet to the next based on their appearance. The Hoodonians live to protect themselves and their home. Just A Place is part of a three channel video installation entitled The Hood We Live In. Watch a trailer.

Video. Color/Sound. 2015. 2 min.

This film will screen as part of The Unseen Festival at Counterpath on Friday, September 22, 2017.

Amir George is a practicing alchemist working as a motion picture artist and film programmer. He creates work for the cinema, installation, and live performance. Born and bred in Chicago, George’s motion picture work and curated programs have been screened and exhibited in festivals and galleries nationally and internationally. In addition to founding The Cinema Culture, a grassroots film programming organization, George is the co-curator of Black Radical Imagination, a touring experimental short film series.