2003, South Korea, 115 Minutes, R, Korean with subtitles Friday, February 24, 2017 – 10:30 PM
Hosted by Jennifer Taylor, Professor of Film & Media Studies / German Studies
Sum-mi, after being institutionalized in a mental hospital, reunites with her younger sister and they struggle to adjust to life with their father and stepmother in their country home. This visually arresting tale of family secrets and uncertain realities is based on a traditional Korean folktale. W&M Film & Media Studies Professor Jennifer Taylor will be present to discuss the film.
MEANING OF ROBOTS 2012, USA, 5 min, Editor Georgia Dodson (W&M ’04)
Mike Sullivan has been shooting a stop motion robot sex film in his apartment for the past ten years. Now his miniature robot porn stars threaten to squeeze him out of the space he needs to shoot his epic. Edited by Georgia Dodson (W&M ’04)
GEORGIA DODSON Georgia Dodson, Meaning of Robots
Although Georgia Dodson (W&M ’04) hails from Bland, Virginia, her life has been anything but. At 17, she escaped the Appalachian holler in which she was born; at 21, she found herself serving dinner to David Lee Roth on the Lower East Side. A storyteller at heart, she edited Matt Lenski’s “Meaning of Robots,” which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and screened at SXSW and MoMA’s New Directors/New Films. Her collaboration with The Mercadantes and Droga5 on Prudential’s Day One Stories won a Gold Lion at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival, landing Georgia her first Super Bowl spot. She is currently a film and commercial editor at wax.tv in NYC.