The Mini Microcinema, created by Jacqueline Wood with funding from a People's Liberty Lab Globe Grant, is dedicated to showcasing experimental film, video, and media produced outside of Hollywood's mainstream and thus challenging conventional standards of form and content. Last month, Sarris curated and presented a program of experimental screendance works entitled "Screendance from the Fly-over Zone" at the Mini; her 16mm film Ziegler was also included in the cinema's opening screening, "This is What We are Doing," on July 2nd. Sarris has continued working with Super 8 and 16mm film during the summer months: her recent works include Last Hurrah, a meditation on family, nostalgia, and loss; Drive In, a collaboration with FTVM's Joel Rakowski, shot at the Ford-Wyoming Drive-In Theater; Circular, an adaptation of a Jorge Luis Borges story; and Evidence (for Irena), an experimental screendance short about the Czech animator Irena Dodal.