by Stephen BROOMER
2017 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 67' 00
In 1933, at age 33, Harry Alan Potamkin died of complications related to starvation, at a time when he was one of the world's most respected film critics. In his writings, he advocated for a cinema that would simultaneously embrace the fractures and polyphony of modern life and the equitable social vision of left radical politics. This film-biography is assembled out of distorted fragments of films on which he had written, an impression of erupting consciousness.
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||150,00 €|