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Tyler Wilson

Tyler Wilson is a programmer at Film at Lincoln Center.

The Immeasurable Unseen: All Light, Everywhere

Theo Anthony's absorbing sophomore feature shines a light on the symbiotic relationship between camera technologies and social control, effectively scrutinizing our ideological conceptions of the visible and the invisible, observer and observed.

Alexandre Koberidze’s What Do We See When We Look at the Sky?

The two features that the Berlin-based Georgian filmmaker Alexandre Koberidze has completed at the German Film and Television Academy Berlin (DFFB) are at once overflowing and miniature.

In Conversation


Toronto-based director Kazik Radwanski’s third feature had a considerable gestation period. The project emerged from lead Deragh Campbell’s cameo in How Heavy This Hammer (2015), and gradually expanded this condensed moment into Campbell’s finely calibrated, profoundly committed performance in this year’s Anne at 13,000 ft.

"It’s Alive! It’s Alive!"

Despite the increased sense of dislocation, Oberhausen’s indisputable global sprawl and breathless open-mindedness to diverse artistic styles and concerns—from children’s and artist’s films to music videos and web series—remained a useful reminder of its durable status as one of the most important festivals of its kind.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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