Dot Matrix

2013 (MIFF 2014)

Director: Richard Tuohy

Richard Tuohy (Seoul Electric, MIFF 2012) returns to MIFF with an experiment in making cinema without a camera. Using only film and two projectors, he's created a hypnotic flicker film.

Screens in Experimental Shorts.


See also...

Tasmanian Splintering

MIFF regular Richard Tuohy continues his exploration of textures found in the Australian bush through a series of overlapping images of tree branches. Richard Tuohy is a guest of the Festival. ... D/P... More »

Ordinary Flux

A subtle, restrained narrative with decidedly formal concerns. Set in a very unextraordinary environment, this film, rich with visual themes and motifs, examines personal feelings towards movement — t... More »

On the Invention of the Wheel

Richard Tuohy's new film loops a 16mm sequence of a turning bicycle wheel to blend humanity with machinery. ... More »

Seoul Electric

MIFF regular Richard Tuohy (Tasmanian Splintering, MIFF 11) presents a North Asian metropolis filled with explosive sparks of colour. Filmed in Seoul in black and white and colourised during processin... More »

Love Life

A quietly paced narrative film about Steven finding his way out of the cold. ... More »

Crossing

Figures on crowded streets in Japan and Korea are ambiguated through cross processing and grain enlargement in the new film by Richard Tuohy (On the Invention of the Wheel, MIFF 2016; Dot Matrix, MIFF... More »

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