16mm, color, silent, 08:30
”A blow to the heart. An ecstatic and explosive portrait of impressionistic floral eroticism.” (Steve Polta, 2018)
2018 White Box Gallery Crossroads San Francisco Cinemaque, 2016 Light Field @ The Lab, San Francisco, 2015 Crossroads, San Francisco Cinemaque, 2014 Media City Film Festival, Windsor, Canada, 2015 Onion City Film Festival, Chicago
2013, 16mm, color, silent, 02:30
2013 New York Film festival Views from the Avante Garde, 2013 International Film Festival Rotterdam
Ode to the unique blue of the discontinued Kodak Ektachrome. A clear blue California sky made of clouds of film grain. Every medium has its colour. Blue was filmed on the recently discontinued Kodak Ektachrome film material. A clear blue California sky created from whirling clouds of film grain, in a unique colour that is now a thing of the past. .–International film festival Rotterdam
2012, 16mm, color, silent, 02:30
"Shiloh Cinquemani works wonders simply by framing flowers in “Narcissi” and “Rose.” Her delirious flux of glances electrifies the old-fashioned still life." -Bill Stamets, The Chicago Suntimes
2014 Media City Film Festival, 2012 Harvard Film Archive, 2012 Light Reading, Emerson College, 2012 Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival, 2012 Onion City Film Festival
2012, 16mm color, silent, 03:00
2015 Anthropocentricities, INOVA Gallery, 50th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival, 24th Onion City Film Festival, Chicago, U.S. among others.
2010, 16mm, color, silent, 02:07
exhibited at Harvard Film Archive, Cambridge M.A. (2012); 49th New York Film Festival- Views From the Avant Garde, New York; VIENNALE International Film Festival, Vienna, Austria (2011); and the 24th Images Festival, Toronto, ON, Canada (2011) among others.
(2012) 16mm, b/w, silent, 02:30, 24 f/s
A film portrait of Einsteinturm (Einstein Tower) an astrophysical observatory design by Erich Mendelsohn in 1917. Its initial purpose was to support experiments to prove or disprove Einstein's theory of relativity.