Between My Flesh and the World’s Fingers
Talena Sanders’ film is a correspondence through time
with Mary MacLane, a journalist and pioneering film- maker who questioned social norms, the situation of women and sexuality. The film tells MacLane’s story from a modern day perspective through the character of another woman.
Talena Sanders is a film-maker and interdisciplinary artist who makes moving-image works that explore the development of individual and collective senses of identity in affinity groups. She holds an MFA from Duke University’s experimental and documentary arts programme and a BFA from the University of Kentucky. She is currently an assistant professor of Communication and Media Studies at Sonoma State University.
Films by Talena Sanders
Between my flesh and the world’s fingers 2018 | Reasonable Watchfulness 2018 | Prospector 2015 | Liahona 2013 | The Relief Mining Co. 2013 | The Fort 2012 | Tokens and Penalties 2012