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Posted by Paul Radassao at 2:22PM
Filmmaker Zia Anger’s short film I Remember Nothing will have its world premier at the 44th New Directors/New Films (ND/NF) Festival in New York City. The Festival runs from March 18-29, 2015in two locations, the Museum of Modern Art and Lincoln Center.
Taken directly from the ND/NF website: “Since 1972, the festival has been an annual rite of early spring in New York City, bringing exciting discoveries from around the world to adventurous moviegoers. All aspects of cinema, from production to exhibition, have changed dramatically over the years, but the spirit of innovation and the element of surprise that have always defined this festival remain intact. Dedicated to the discovery of new works by emerging and dynamic filmmaking talent, this year’s festival will screen 26 international features and 16 short films."
I Remember Nothing is about a student who, unaware that she is epileptic, tries to get through another day. The film is structured in five sections, after the phases of a seizure.
Zia Anger’s film will screen at the Lincoln Center Walter Reade Theatre on March 22 at 2:45 pm and the MoMA Theatre 1 on March 23 at 6 pm, as a part of the NDNF Shorts Program 2.
Starring in I Remember Nothing are Sundance Film Festival break out Lola Kirke (Mistress AmericaGone Girl), Michael Cavadias (Wonder Boys), India Menuez (Up in the AirUncertain Terms), Adinah Dacynger (Uncertain Terms) and Poet Robert Kelly. Original score written and performed by Julianna Barwick.
Ms. Anger’s films and music videos have been seen at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Vienna Independent Shorts, Rhode Island International Film Festival, and NewFest. Her work has been featured on Pitchfork, the Guardian, and National Public Radio. She has a BS in Cinema Photography and a BA in Drama from Ithaca College and an MFA from School of the Arts Institute Chicago.
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See the press release attached here!

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