Crude Processions juxtaposes two “movements” of people: the carnival practices in Buenos Aires and Cologne, and the forced migration of Africans across the Atlantic. It is a largely non-verbal exploration of the filmmaker’s reaction to witnessing black-facing in Germany: one of confusion, fear, anger and compassion.
(7mins) | Germany
English and German, with English subtitles
Karina Griffith’s films challenge notions of identity and belonging. Her short, experimental works have screened at festivals, museums and galleries in North America and Europe, and are included in the collections of the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa and the Marshall MacLuhan Media Centre in Berlin, Germany.