*Online Premiere* Los Angeles and San Francisco get all of the love, but what about the eastern half of California? That’s the question proposed by two new films by Daniel Freeman introducing the Experimental Institute of Eastern Californiart. In “Still Moves,” we meet Edison Jones, the shaggy founder of EIECA, who, at some point in the future, would love to move the Institute beyond his van, but for now he’s just going with the flow, making sure to appreciate the small moments and making art and street performing. With “The Land of XYZ,” we hit the road heading east for the Western Nevada Expansion Initiative, where the first order of business is a Super 8mm film about the roadside attractions and weirdo souls living in the desert and feeling free. Both docu-fiction portrayals, partly real but mostly fiction (read more with Freeman here), are characterized by an agreeable, low-key nature, and a fondness for open spaces, colorful experimental art, slo-mo, wandering, vibey electronic music, and unexpected things found in the middle of nowhere. STILL MOVES: [Watch on YouTube]. (10 minutes). Director, Cinematographer, Editor, Composer: Daniel Freeman. Actor: Drew Connick. Producers: Eric Paulsen and Ivan Narez. Graphics & Titles: Christine Liu. THE LAND OF XYZ: [Watch on YouTube].(6 minutes). Director: Daniel Freeman. Composer: Alex Julian Leeds. Intro segment by Ivan Narez. Produced by Brandon Blackmore. Graphics by Christine Liu.