The Arousing of Thought » Ann Arbor Film Festival

 

The Arousing of Thought » Ann Arbor Film Festival.

If you can possibly catch any of the films at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and are in the area, try to see the film directed by Luciano Zubillaga (London, England).

An act of faith sets the pace for a structure, a protocol of work and a wordless semantic form of writing. Then a 1991 music theme remix develops into an epic narrative with semi-abstract starships and battles over a white space.

Filmmaker in Attendance

 

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  1. #1 by Music&Meaning on April 1, 2012 - 4:09 am

    YY: looks mind-blowing; who says the movies are dead? RT

    • #2 by J. Quigley on April 3, 2012 - 3:56 am

      What an amazing event! New, up and coming film makers showing their innovative films. It is an exciting event! I was able to attend and view some of the shorter films which I greatly enjoyed! They run the gamut of 6,000 frames of lace in different, strobe like colors to the rodent eye view of nature conveyed through the eyes of a ‘blind’ owl. These films are definitely not ‘run of the mill’!

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