Program 18: Precarious Light in Calm Frequencies

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Sat, Oct 5

4:15pm

Program 18: Precarious Light in Calm Frequencies
Various, Various
111 minutes

Balga. Lichun Tseng. Netherlands, 2012, 4:26min.
Natura Obscura. Paolo Gioli, Italy, 7:50min.
Orchard.5. Hey-Yeun Jang, USA, 2013, 4min.
Late Summer. Barry Gerson, USA, 2013, 11min.
Lost Our Lease. Jim Jennings, USA, 2013, 10min.    
February. Inhan Cho, South Korea, 2011, 4:25min.
Watercolor (Fall Creek). Vincent Grenier, USA, 2013, 12:15min.
Flow. Lichun Tseng, Netherlands, 2013, 16min.
Falling Notes Unleaving. Saul Levine, USA, 2013, 12min.
Threshold. Robert Todd, USA, 2013, 19min.
Exterior Extended. Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Austria, 2013, 9 min.

Falling Notes Unleaving. Saul Levine, USA, 2013, 12min.
The movie is made from footage gathered in the fall of 2012 and edited in early 2013. Anne Charlotte Robertson friend and fellow super8 filmmaker died. I attended her funeral and filmed the burial of her ashes. She was famous for her diary films and I thought i important to honor her work by filming an event she couldn't. The burial took place in a wonderful old  cemetery in Framingham mass. which lightened a sad event. The film also includeS footage shot in the mountains outside of Portland and  the streets of Cambridge and Somerville Ma.  It is not a diary, The title and the film reflect Gerard Manley Hopkins poem Spring and Fall, Luther Price. Bob Brodsky, Tara Nelson, Gordon Nelson, Liz Coffey, Heather Green, her daughter Rosealee, her dog Blue, and many other people and animals appear in this film.

Threshold. Robert Todd, USA, 2013, 19min.

Exterior Extended. Siegfried A. Fruhauf, Austria, 2013, 9 min.
"It is impossible to clarify the relation between subjective inner world and outer, however "Exterior Extended" wants to generate a lustful experience, to make a part of this relationship visible. An essence that relies on the stimulus, uses optical phenomena and celebrates pure cinema." –S.F.

October 5 4:15pm (FBT)

Series: NYFF51: Views from the Avant-Garde

Venue: Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center

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