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The Green Wave

USA, 2011 (MIFF 2012, Experimental)

Director: Ken Jacobs

The Green Wave

Noted avant-garde filmmaker Ken Jacobs' (Another Occupation, MIFF 11) new work hovers somewhere between painterly and digital imagery that plays with perception and illusion.

D/P Ken Jacobs L no dialogue TD HD Cam/2011

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