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  • 6'
  • USA
  • 1988
A dirge, a dance. A portrait of stillness and silence disturbed by the urgency of sadness. The film is composed of paintings from the Northern Renaissance, collaged and combined with hand-painted, hand-processed and optically manipulated images of seashells, hands and dolls. The Ave Maria is sung by Rosa Ponselle, the dancer is Annie Morad.
Director
Charlotte Pryce
Country of production
USA
Production Year
1988
Festival Edition
IFFR 2019
Length
6'
Medium
16mm
Language
silent
Producer
Charlotte Pryce
Sales
Charlotte Pryce
Cinematography
Charlotte Pryce
Editor
Charlotte Pryce
Website
http://www.charlottepryce.net