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Fusion

USA, 1967 (MIFF 1970, American experiment)

Director: Ed Emshwiller

A kaleidoscopic collage of colours and dehumanised modern dancers, making subtle use of double exposure and electronic music. Shapes move and grow to form designs which are reflected. turned. twisted and finally fragmented. to reveal an understanding for the infinitude of design.

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