DIM Cinema

Moving-image art in dialogue with cinema.

Programmed by Michèle Smith, co-editor of Drawing Room Confessions.



Current Showings

Recent Screenings

Seven women filmmakers interpret the seven deadly sins in this remarkable anthology of generative approaches to feminist cinema.
SKYPE Q&A! Skip Blumberg is one of the original camera-journalist-cum-independent-videomakers.
Spanish artist Dora García’s staged documentary deploys psychoanalysis and performance art to revisit the traumas of Argentina’s Dirty War.
ARTISTS IN PERSON! A collection of recent works by North Carolina artists Sabine Gruffat and Bill Brown. Co-presented with Iris Film Collective.
This selection of artists’ films looks at bodies of water through technologies of seeing, sensing, and investigation. Programmed by Jayne Wilkinson.
Artist Judy Radul presents Michael Snow’s Standard Time (1967) and La région centrale (1971).
DIM celebrates the embodiment of “art in dialogue with cinema”: British filmmaker Derek Jarman, who succumbed to AIDS 25 years ago this month.
Videos in this program sample movies or use sci-fi tropes to present alternate histories that address conflict and displacement, rights and identities.
William Klein's last film is a state-of-the-world documentary for the new century, a message in a bottle that has at last reached our shore.
Marking the centenary of Margaret Tait’s birth, this program showcases the body of work she referred to as her “film poems.”