Six Films By Larry Brose/ Film for Music for Film
- Lawrence Brose |
- 1990 |
- 65 minutes |
- COLOR/B&W |
FILMS FOR MUSIC FOR FILM represents a reconsideration of the interactive dynamic of sound and image in film. Usually, sound elements are incorporated after a film's completion. In this instance, however, the score and spoken text function as the actual film script, directing both the film's form and content. This engagement is twofold: I initially derive images through my own responses to both the music and accompanying text, subsequently relying on the score for the film's structure, employing montage, superimposition, abstraction, etc. These films are in no way merely descriptive visions of the score and text, but rather synergistic fusions of sound, words, and images. The films in this series received their premier presentation with live musical accompaniment and narration.