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Astor Place

Austria, 1997 (MIFF 2011, Eve Heller Film Program)

Director: Eve Heller

Eve Heller's Astor Place poses the question of who is watching whom by positioning an observational camera in a modern urban thoroughfare in a film that pays homage to early cinema.

Eve Heller, 10 mins, 1997, 16mm, B&W, Silent

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