Director: Lewis Klahr
Lewis Klahr applies Barthe's dictum that ‘camera's are clocks for seeing' in this slippery, sad pop elegy about having lived.
Translates the experimental prose of Brazilian poet and cultural agitator Paulo Leminski into a tactile dance of light and texture. ... More »
This perceptual training film disciplines the eye to catch a single frame, an explosion of light, a moment of gesture and timing. ... More »
A dramatic visual interpretation of poetry by Elizabeth Campbell, produced by the Australian Poetry Centre. ... Not in competition ... More »
No bones about it, it's a dog's life. ... More »
In one wide shot, a tranquil pastorale unfolds in miniature, but narration is never without meta-narrative. ... More »
Shifting between three-dimensional objects and two-dimensional surfaces, the illusion of space is folded through the use of mirrors and sound. ... More »