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Window Work

Window Workby Lynne Sachs9 minute, color, sound  video 2000 Music by Tom GoldsteinSound Recording by Mark Street A woman drinks tea, washes a window, reads the paper– simple tasks that somehow suggest a kind of quiet mystery within and beyond the image. Sometimes one hears the rhythmic, pulsing symphony of crickets in a Baltimore summer […]

Which Way is East: Notebooks from Vietnam

This film is currently screening as a part of the retrospective “Lynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression” at the Museum of the Moving Image. For inquiries, please contact info@lynnesachs.com by Lynne Sachs in Collaboration with Dana Sachs 33 min. “A frog that sits at the bottom of a well thinks that thewhole sky is only as big […]

The House of Science: A Museum of False Facts

Offering a new feminized film form, this piece explores both art and science’s representation of women, combining home movies, personal remembrances, staged scenes and found footage into an intricate visual and aural college. A girl’s sometimes difficult coming of age rituals are recast into a potent web for affirmation and growth

Sermons and Sacred Pictures

An experimental documentary on Reverend L.O. Taylor, a Black Baptist minister from Memphis, Tennessee who was also an inspired filmmaker with an overwhelming interest in preserving the social and cultural fabric of his own community in the 1930′ s and ‘ 40’ s . I combine his films and music recordings with my own images of Memphis neighborhoods and religious gatherings, 1989 .

Following the Object to Its Logical Beginning

This film is currently screening as a part of the retrospective “Lynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression” at the Museum of the Moving Image. For inquiries, please contact info@lynnesachs.com “Following the Object to Its Logical Beginning”, 9 min. color 16mm. 1987. Like an animal in one of Eadweard Muybridge’s scientific photo experiments, five undramatic moments in a […]

Drawn and Quartered

This film is currently screening as a part of the retrospective “Lynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression” at the Museum of the Moving Image. For inquiries, please contact info@lynnesachs.com “Drawn and Quartered”, 4 min. color 16mm. by Lynne Sachs Optically printed images of a man and a woman fragmented by a film frame that is divided into […]

Still Life with Woman and Four Objects

This film is currently screening as a part of the retrospective “Lynne Sachs: Between Thought and Expression” at the Museum of the Moving Image. For inquiries, please contact info@lynnesachs.com “Still Life With Woman and Four Objects”4 min. B&W 16mm.1986 A film portrait that falls somewhere between a painting and a prose poem, a look at a woman’s […]