Peg Bordelon Series
HD video, 2013, 10 minutes
A southern transplant winds up in NYC hell bent on making a film. Posing as a “Women’s Studies” major at a non-existent college, Peg can be found skulking through the streets, camera in hand, looking for talent everywhere she goes.
Hunter in the Woods
Hi8 transfer to digital video, 2007, 8 minutes
Hunter Dodge escapes to the woods and builds his ideal life for himself out of scrap wood. His happiness is disrupted by his estranged wife, Joy, who drags him kicking and screaming back into reality.
MiniDV and 16mm film transfer to digital video, 2008, 14 minutes
Trapped in the belly of a Trojan Lion, Jonah and Dot are falling out of love. Jonah, a writer, fights to remain true to his artistic visions, despite mounting pressure from Dot to earn money.
Super 8mm transfer to video, 2017, 5 minutes
After the fire is gone
VHS and miniDV transfer to digital video, 2017, 33 minutes
Dolly is discontent with her life in New York City, waiting tables at a greasy spoon while her husband Anton sells life insurance out of a shoebox office in Queens. When Clayton, the love of her life, happens into the diner, Dolly is overcome with nostalgia for her past life with Clayton, the South, and everything she was before she married Anton.
Bio: Cate Giordano works in sculpture, performance, and moving image. Cate's work has been exhibited at Microscope Gallery, Spring/Break Art Show, New York; James Farley Post Office, New York; Old School in collaboration with the New Museum, New York; and Parlour Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY, Film Society at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA, Spectacle Theater, Brooklyn, NY, Flaherty Seminar at Anthology Film Archives, New York and Millennium Film Workshop, Brooklyn, NY among others. Cate received a BFA from Massachusetts College of Art in 2008 and was a Smack Mellon’s Artist Studio Program recipient in 2016-17. Originally from Pensacola, FL, Cate Giordano lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.