Communion Los Angeles

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    Communion Los Angeles

    Directed by

    USA

    2018

    68 min

    • English

    Documentary

    COMMUNION LOS ANGELES traces California’s oldest freeway, the 110, as it courses from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, defining and dividing the communities it is designed to serve. Viewing the 35 miles of blacktop as both infrastructure and public architecture, this equinoctial journey highlights dichotomies of mobility, technology and urban space.

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    Credits

    Cinematography
    Adam R. Levine
    Peter Bo Rappmund
    Editing
    Adam R. Levine
    Peter Bo Rappmund
    Production
    LIGHT BRIGADE
    Adam R. Levine

    Adam R. Levine

    United Kingdom

    Adam R. Levine (b. 1978, London, England) is a film and video artist. His work has screened at festivals and venues including the Vienna International Film Festival, the San Francisco International Film Festival, Festival des Cinémas Différents et Éxperimentaux de Paris, Antimatter Film Festival, the Iowa City International Film Festival, Artists' Television Access and TIE-‐The International Cinema Exposition. Adam holds a BA in Film and English from the University of East Anglia and an MFA in Film/Video from the California Institute of the Arts. He is currently Assistant Professor of Art, Film and Media Studies at Amherst College in Massachusetts.

    Peter Bo Rappmund

    Peter Bo Rappmund

    USA

    Peter Bo Rappmund (b. 1979, Casper, Wyoming) is a multimedia artist whose work explores the physical and metaphysical properties of environments. His work has been shown at the Hammer, Whitney, California Academy of Sciences, MoMA, Palais de Tokyo, and National Maritime Museums; at the Locarno, Vienna, New York, CPH:DOX, Full Frame, Vancouver, Jeonju, and Hong Kong International Film Festivals. PBR’s work is a part of private and permanent public collections, including the George Eastman Museum, Anchorage Museum, and National Library of the Argentine Republic. He holds a BFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and MFA in both Music (composition) and Film/Video from the California Institute of the Arts.