Author: Asa Mendelsohn

Asa Mendelsohn is an artist, writer, and teacher who has recently begun embracing a lifelong phobia of cameras. He is working on a nonfiction film that moves between quiet places in Southern California, where in the mid-2000s a grassroots movement resisted private military development, and New York City, where the filmmaker is coming from.

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A Love Story

Asa Mendelsohn

My shoulders stiffen the first time I watch Southern Comfort (2001), the film Kate Davis made documenting the last year of Robert Eads’s life. I am aware of the eyes and bodies in attendance, late 2018. I notice my companions … Continue reading “A Love Story”

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