- James Broughton |
- 1977 |
- 8 minutes |
- COLOR |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
A film by James Broughton and Joel Singer
Images, Joel Singer; Sounds, James Broughton.
"The film is shot both through and at a window, superimposing and conjoining, thereby elaborating events on both sides of the glass. Broughton's accompanying poem sings the same song as the images, sounding from an Eden of the golden passing of days:
"They were seeing the light every day then ... / They were looking and they were seeing / They were living there in the light at that time." - Robert Lipman, On the Films of Joel Singer
Awards: Second Prize, Bellevue Film Festival, 1977; Second Prize, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1978; Independent Filmmakers Exposition, 1978.