Ben Russell’s 16-millimeter experimental film is a moody rumination on a mythic figure of the American west. One actor plays the infamous outlaw and his many victims, the surreal quality intensifying as after each death he revives with new bullet wounds amid the old. The bordered frame, jump cuts, and reverse-motion photography all heighten the artifice of the unconventional narrative, which poses questions about the impermanence of memory and the nature of mortality. 55 min. Also on the program: Thomas Comerford?s 16-millimeter short Land Marked/Marquette (23 min.), which draws on Marquette?s 17th-century explorations to reflect on racism then and now. (AG)