Living in Mess: 'Wildness'
By Andy Campbell
If I were to imagine a documentary that performs a kind of palliative care for a brief but vibrant set of relational communities, now disbanded for personal and political reasons, such a documentary would look a lot like Wildness. Tsang’s film succeeds in limning the intricate net of power dynamics manifested when artists, immigrant communities, and family (in the many definitions of that highly charged word) intersect. It lives in mess, and in living there makes a case for new ways of finding empowerment through representation. Read More