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2004: The Relief

experimental film by Marjorie Sturm

Marjorie Sturm was born in Manhattan and raised in Rockland County. She studied psychology and art at the University of Michigan and then moved out to San Francisco in 1991. She has lived for extended periods in Mexico, Nepal/India, and Israel studying poetry, film, music, and religion. She received her MFA in filmmaking from San Francisco State University, and supported herself by working with the mentally-ill homeless.

In the present collection of her short films (six films from the six years between 1998-2004), this Bay Area filmmaker explores different aspects of the tension between Nature and Culture in contemporary American society. A limited edition of 100 copies worldwide.


Artist (photo by Photographer)

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