Director: Saul Bass
Eight separate explorations, episodes, comments on creativity, each segment employing its own style and technique to make its appropriate statement—this is the latest work of Saul Bass, sponsored by the Kaiser Aluminium and Chemical Corporation.
Bass, animator and special effects man, was the originator of spectacular credit sequences, in which the lay audience were entertained while the trade was supplied with essential information. Remember the openings of Carmen Jones, The Man with the Golden Arm, Psycho, A Walk on the Wild Side . . . ?
The film deals, in kaleidoscopic form, with the exciting human experience of flight. ... More »
The film accompanies a small boy as he walks along the beach and finds ordinary objects which reveal unsuspected worlds of intense visual experience. ... More »
A Ray Bradbury modern myth and adventure story about a journey in which a boy goes through a series of trials, in the course of which he grows into a man, he finally reaches his destination, and achi… More »
Saul Bass is a film maker and designer who extended the art of the film to its listing of credits with his work on Carmen Jones. This innovation was followed soon after, by his distinctive 'arm' symb… More »