Laura Stoeckler Mentioned Films Footnotes Related Reads Focus The Quiet Force of Introspective Filmmaking Essay by Laura Stoeckler Austrian filmmaker Antoinette Zwirchmayr shapes her unique work around human bodies, natural environments, and their entanglements with both personal histories and collective narratives. Films On The Circuit Remember How I Used to Ride a White Horse Apathy’s Grip Review by Laura Stoeckler Two characters are trapped in a colourless existence of apathy, their reality slipping away without them noticing. Films On The Circuit Asterión Echoes of Silence Review by Laura Stoeckler Though devoid of any sound, Asteriòn is an exceptionally visceral and vivid cinematic experience. Films On The Circuit A.I. Poetries of Female and Non-Female Beings in Gas Stations at Night The Human Factor Behind A.I. Review by Agnès Houghton-Boyle Though conceived long before artificial intelligence became the popular force it is today, Cristina Iliescu’s debut short offers a compelling reminder of our latent responsibility in the teething stages of machine learning.