Possibly in Michigan

USA 1983, Experimental, 12' | Director, Screenplay, DoP, Production Cecilia Condit | Editor David Narosny | Sound Joel Solloway | Music Karen Skladany | Cast Jill Sands, Karen Skladany, Bill Blume, Amy Krick, Jeff Chiplis

In a shopping centre, two young women are being followed by a cannibal. The victims become the aggressors, the banal turns into the fantastic. Possibly in Michigan swings from horror to humour, sexuality and violence. Cecilia Condit’s feminist fairy tales give a subversive turn to traditional myths and female representation.


CECILIA CONDIT, born in 1947, studied sculpture at the Philadelphia College of Art and Photography at the Tyler School of Art, Temple University. In her art she uses video, Super-8 films and found footage. Music and sung dialogues, autobiographical and archetypal references also play a role in her films. She plays with classical genres from soap opera, via fairy tales and music clips, down to gothic horror. Condit teaches film at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Festivals and museums worldwide have screened her works, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Cecilia Condit
Experimental, Short Film
Focus: Freedom