- Paul Glabicki |
- 1977 |
- 13 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
A mechanical dream is told in a series of elaborate tableaux. Machines, interiors, objects, re-composed pop imagery, fashion models, wrestlers and sleeping figures flash out of darkness to be seen and momentarily observed.
"An animated fantasy film that employs a simultaneous use of photo-collage animation, cell animation and multiple exposures all done in-camera. Although the imagery hints at the presence of a sci-fi narrative, DREAM 733 is best approached as a collection of carefully assembled collage fragments of a surreal future that flash momentarily into view before they flicker, change and vanish."
- Filmmakers' Newsletter
"A precise science-fiction collage of technological iconography. These cluttered tableaux ultimately suggest a chilling view of the future."
- Walker Art Center
Awards: Ann Arbor Film Festival; Sinking Creek Film & Video Festival; NY Filmmakers' Exposition.