Naomi Uman: Milking and Scratching

Few media artists bring together the personal and raw nature of documentary with the intimacy and artistic beauty of experimental filmmaking as effortlessly as Naomi Uman. This collection, comprised of five short 16mm works, features Naomi’s instantly recognizable aesthetic of scratched, dyed, and hand-processed imagery and defies the established boundaries of experimental film, narrative film, documentary filmmaking and social commentary. Her series Leche & Mala Leche examine the life of a Mexican family as they move from a rural dairy ranch to the complex immigrant life in Central California, while her widely popular films Removed and Hand Eye Coordination feature stunning examples of hand-manipulated film.

DVD includes: DVD includes: Leche, Mala Leche, Private Movie, Removed, and Hand Eye Coordination.
99 minutes – Peripheral Produce No. 14 – DVD – 2005
personal/home use: $14.95
institutional/academic use: $65.00

Naomi Uman: Milking and Scratching (DVD)