One of cinema’s unique qualities is the way that a spatial dimension (length) is transformed into an experiential one (time). Tonight’s films embrace the artificial barrier of the manufactured camera roll, exploring intersections between the physical world and human perception. Morning by Ernie Gehr, Soft Rain by Ken Jacobs, Short Film Series by Guy Sherwin, Vestal Theater by Helene Kaplan and Barn Rushes by Larry Gottheim. Total: 77 min.
Thursday, March 14, 1991
Living with Limits
The Art of the Camera-Roll - Program One
San Francisco Art Institute