- Tomonari Nishikawa |
- 2003 |
- 6 minutes |
- B&W |
Rental Format(s): 16mm film, 24 fps
The original intention was to answer a question: how cinema can be the best art form, showing the perfect dualism of Apollonian and Dionysian Art.
This film has four parts, separated by the technqiues I used: photogram, single-framing, shooting 16mm filmstrips by a 35mm still SLR camera, and reticulation. The sound information of the photogram and the images shot by an SLR spread on the optical soundtrack area, and I scratched the optical soundtrack area for the sound of the single-framing and reticulation parts. I made this film as my senior thesis project at SUNY Binghamton, Julie Murray was my advisor.
|16mm film, 24 fps||$35.00|