Set on the outskirts of Baltimore, Matt Porterfield’s Putty Hill is a collective coming-of-age tale, made with young non-actors, that blends fiction with documentary. He discusses his film with Thomas Beard, co-curator of the 2012 Biennial’s film and video program.
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View a complete schedule of Porterfield’s film residency.
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