Street of the Sardine and Yesterday's Shore Tomorrow's Morning
- Eva Lothar |
- 1970 |
- 35 minutes
Cannery Row in Monterey, California, once the thriving "sardine capital" of the world immortalized by John Steinbeck, stands as a lonely and desolate testimony of man's mismanagement of his natural resources, a microcosmic civilization rapidly risen and gone, decayed into a blend of colors, sounds, textures, motion and stillness. Awards: SF Int'l Film Festival, 1972; German Television, 1973 and Perth Int'l Film Festival, 1976.
Exhibition: 60 Minutes, CBS, 1970