Film: Commodity Trading

A film to share, a cinematographic intervention to spread … 

An experimental documentary/narrative by M. Woods of Disassociative Productions fashioned into an attack on the disturbing omnipotence of hyperrealism and fascist banality – best symbolized by Donald Trump’s burning plastic effigy.  (Winner of the first prize at the Montréal Underground Film Festival – 2017).  Commodity Trading is a series of films incorporating all media available from super 8, 16mm, 35mm, cellphone, and high-resolution digital, into a violent collage of the simulacral tumult of media waste and the fury/anger of racism in the wake of the rise of Alt-Right neo-fascism.  What follows is the first of three parts …

WARNING: This video may potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy. Viewer discretion is advised.

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