I-94 by Bette Gordon
1974 / 3mins
DIRECTORS: Bette Gordon, James Benning
I-94 explores the male and female sexual identities through two people that never appear onscreen together. It exemplifies Bette Gordon’s willingness to tackle topics like eroticism through the female gaze. While the short is only three minutes long, the intimacy captured of the two characters speaks volumes.
As one of Gordon’s experimental collaborations with avant garde filmmaker James Benning. I-94 gives viewers a rare dual perspective of the male gaze and the incisive reversal of it, with an uncompromising study into masculinity.
*Showing before Bette Gordon’s VARIETY
Saturday, October, 26th, 2019
Please arrive at least 10 minutes early as screenings & panels will start on time.
34 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011