Today, the moving-image is experiencing a continual process of demystification, especially since many carry along with them a small screen in their pockets which can produce, manipulate, and broadcast cinematic material in but a few finger swaps. Murzin’s nomadic cinema takes us back to the days before the viewing experience became private, as moving-images provoked social gatherings in public spaces and cinema was indeed moving. Not as mere nostalgia, but as a proposal for different rhythms and sensitivities. In the current unsettling moment, as many narratives and conceptions are being challenged, the everyday demands a re-articulation. In this sense, Murzin’s moving-images relay a sense of direct yet fantastic engagement with the world, as they travel the semi-quarantined streets, reaching out and nearing amidst a time of distancing.