by Rebecca BARON
1995 / 16mm / b&w / sound / 1S / 14' 25
"In the guise of chronicling the final moments of three polar explorers marooned on an ice floe a century ago, Baron's film investigates the limitations of images and other forms of record as a means of knowing the past and the paradoxical interplay of film time, historical time, real time and the fixed moment of the photograph. Marrying matter-of-fact voiceover and allusive sound fragments, evidence and illustration, in Baron’s words, "meaning is set adrift"."
New York Film Festival, 1997, Views from the Avant-Garde program notes
|distribution format||Digital file on USB stick (HD)|
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||56,00 €|