Kodak

  • 33'
  • USA
  • 2018

A semi-biographical fiction inspired by his father’s work at one of Kodak’s first processing labs, Andrew Norman Wilson’s speculative gloss on the evolution of photo-chemical science entwines multiple perspectives and personas. Co-written by James N. Kienitz Wilkins, Kodak imagines a dialogue between a blind, mentally unstable former film technician and George Eastman himself, recordings of whom play out over a procession of photographs, home video footage, vintage Kodak ads and vivid, computer-generated 3D models.

Winner Found Footage Award, IFFR 2019. Also see Artist Talk Andrew Norman Wilson.

Director
Andrew Norman Wilson
Premiere
International premiere
Country of production
USA
Production Year
2018
Festival Edition
IFFR 2019
Length
33'
Medium
DCP
Language
English
Producer
Andrew Norman Wilson
Sales
Andrew Norman Wilson
Screenplay
Andrew Norman Wilson, James N. Kienitz Wilkins
Editor
Andrew Norman Wilson
Sound Design
Paul Evans, Paul Corley
Cast
voice of Lizzie Freeman, voice of Dave Luukkonen, voice of Marc Olmsted