We look forward to seeing a film print of ANN LEVY’s film, WATERCOLORS !
THANK YOU ANN !!!!
SILHOUETTE; Astrid Busch; TRT: 6.00; digi
The idyllic life in a small peaceful village is briefly interrupted by rain. The scene is probably familiar – and yet puzzling. The soundtrack seems to confirm the first assumption. The sounds of a peaceful landscape, perhaps early in the morning, before everything gets going. A play with sound and image, a visual reduction that is left to the imagination to interpret, that is a red herring, and does not even solve the riddle – because where can it possibly rain upwards?
THE GARDEN- Ann Steuernagel; TRT:10.00; found footage to digi
The Garden is a reflection on climate change. It is created from found, recycled film footage and is presented in three parts.
THIS IS MY SHOW: WORKING WITH NATURE ; Lori Felker; TRT: 14.00; digi
“Working with Nature” can be grueling and painful, but your hostess Adrienne is ready and willing to walk you through what it takes to perfect and control your surroundings. Adrienne brings you the very best in high quality, high definition gardening television, as she takes all of the necessary tools into her own hands for your edification and enjoyment.
LANDSLAG; Kyja Kristjana; TRT: 4.00; digi
The gesture of natural forces that physically and metaphysically shape the Skagafjordur region of Iceland.
The OCTOPUS; Lili White: TRT: 6.00; digi
While heading towards apocalypse the world ignores warnings that could possibly save it. THE OCTOPUS’ voiceover sets out to confuse the audience, jumbling together Paul, the psychic octopus who predicted all of the winners of the 2010 WORLD CUP; a mythic counterpart to Paul: Cassandra the Greek heroine whose warnings about the Trojan Horse were disregarded, and psycological theories. Paul was threatened with murder because of his actions: one Argentinian TV host obliged with a ritual of his own device.
WATERCOLORS; Ann Deborah Levy; TRT: 13.00; 16 MM
The surface of a pond serves as a canvas on which nature creates a continually changing painting that mirrors but alters details of the landscape surrounding it. The film records changes in weather, foliage, color, and light as reflected on the water over a course of a year. The filmmaker’s choice of black and white film for a passage of ice shots evokes Chinese ink painting and her inclusion of distorted reflections of architectural details and views through out-of-focus trees, hints at what is not shown but might be.
anima mundi; Kate Balsley; TRT: 4.00; digi
Composed entirely of still digital images, Anima Mundi celebrates the beauty of the natural world.