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Shotgun Tuding

Shireen Seno

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Takeover: VI. Scene Takeover Shotgun Tuding
Shireen Seno
2014

13 Minutes

Date
Repeat: Dec 15-16 ET

In this Pancit Western set in the late 1940s, Tuding journeys to a distant town to hunt down the man who got her youngest sister Teresit pregnant. She's not going home without him.

This screening is part of Scene Takeover, the sixth and final chapter of the online program Takeover curated by Julian Ross for e-flux Video & Film, and unfolding in six chapters between September 22 and December 15, 2022, with the films and videos of each chapter streaming for two weeks.

Takeover wraps on Thursday, December 15 with a repeat of all films featured in the six chapters of the program, streaming through Friday, December 16, 11:59 pm ET.

For more information, contact program@e-flux.com.

Category
Film, Feminism
Subject
Violence, Experimental Film, Family
Return to VI. Scene Takeover

Shireen Seno is an artist and filmmaker whose work addresses memory, history, and image-making, often in relation to the idea of home. A recipient of the 2018 Thirteen Artists Award from the Cultural Center of the Philippines, she is known for her films which have won awards at Rotterdam, Punto de Vista, Shanghai, Olhar de Cinema, Vladivostok, Jogja-Netpac, and Lima Independiente, and have screened at New Directors/New Films, Yebisu International Festival of Art & Alternative Visions, Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin, Tate Modern, UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Portikus, NTU Center for Contemporary Art Singapore, Taipei National Center for Photography and Images, Museum of the Moving Image, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA), Seoul, Museum of Contemporary Art & Design Manila, MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum, Chiang Mai, and M+. Seno is a 2022 Film Fellow of the DAAD Artists-in-Berlin program. Shireen Seno and John Torres were Artists in Focus at the Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival in 2018, and they had their first solo exhibition, Cloudy with a chance of coconuts, in 2019 at Portikus in Frankfurt. In Manila, they run Los Otros, a critically-acclaimed film and video studio and platform committed to the intersections of film and art, with a focus on process over product. Seno is also part of the collective Tito and Tita, whose work spans installation, film, photography, and collective actions.

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