United States | 2011 | Various Directors
Ten filmmakers who have bucked the digital tide by working on 16mm film are represented in this new compilation culled from last year’s 50th edition of the Ann Arbor Film Festival, America’s oldest showcase for independent and experimental cinema. Included is Landfill 16, a new film by renowned artist Jennifer Reeves, who constructed her movie by burying and hand-painting outtakes from a previous work. Visit www.aafilmfest.org for a list of the other films. Supplementing the program will be The Path (USA, 1961), the first 16mm short by longtime northeast Ohio filmmaker Richard Myers, a frequent Ann Arbor prizewinner and “a master of visionary cinema” according to scholar Amos Vogel. Cleveland premiere.
Total 78 min. No passes, twofers, or radio winners. This program supported by the Charles Lang Bergengren Memorial Film Fund.
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