Rental Format(s): 16mm film

An optically-printed canvas which explores the interior feel of world moving with inherent fluidity through a medium of wind and water. It presents an impressionistic portrait of unnatural forces that collide. On a metaphorical level, the film represents a fragile, interactive status of nature. Footage includes the windmills at Altamont Pass and the jellyfish in the Monterey Bay Aquarium. This is my menopause film: meditative, reflective, unsettling, unpredictable, sometimes ripping apart at the seams. It takes the form of an archetypal drama between nature's poetic elements and unnatural forces gone awry. This film can also be seen as a metaphor for our fragile environment - both interior and exterior Awards: Best Sound Design, Ann Arbor Film Festival; Viper Film Festival; Onion City Film Festival; Main Street Film Festival; City College Film Festival; Canyonlands Film Festival; Carolina Film Festival; Philadelphia Film Festival Exhibition: SF Cinematheque; Denver, Cleveland, Boston, Anchorage, SF, Utrecht, Madrid, Berlin and Southern France film festivals

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16mm film $88.00  

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