Dir. Gregory Markopoulos (2004).
This 4 ½ hour chunk of Markopoulos’s 22-cycles magnum opus begins as a slow flicker film, alternating opaque blackness with white light and gradually introducing split-second images of stone walls, ruins, rural landscapes. Rarefied yet visceral, Eniaios is pure cinema, a monument—unyielding and elusive—to fleeting sensation.
Sat., Feb. 19, 3 p.m., 2011