A color negative rayogram employing the tails of Central Broadcasting System programs. With soundtrack.
Early 20th century footage of convulsing figures. Their bodies erased, covered up, whited out. A medium shot against a makeshift background, repeating with little variation. There are others in the frame, uniformed others: doctors, orderlies, police, soldiers? Trouble in the trouble. â€“ Pablo de Ocampo, Images Festival
Good Translator, or Mohamed Yousry: A Life Stands Still
by Mary Billyou and Annelisse Fifi, 2006 A short documentary about Mohamed Yousry, a naturalized American citizen whoâ€™s life changed radically after September 11, 2001. Mohamed immigrated to the United States in 1980. For the next twenty years, he developed a full and happy life, as a husband, father, professional translator, and academic. On September 13, 2001 Mohamed was approached by the FBI on his doorstep in Queens, NY. Currently, Mohamed is serving his prison sentence and waiting to find out what his fate will bring.