by Phil SOLOMON
1999 / 16mm / color / sound / 1S / 23' 00
Imagining one of those rusted medieval film cans having survived centuries, a long lost Biograph/Star, a Griffith/Melies co-production, a two-reeler left to us from, say, the Bronze Age, a time when images were smelted and boiled rather than merely taken, when they poured down like silver, not be to fixed and washed, mind you, but free to reform and coagulate into unstable, temporary molds, mere holding patterns of faces, places, and things, shape-shifting according to whim, need, the uncanny or the inevitable...Walking Distance is a simple Golden Book tale of horizontals and verticals, a cinema of ether and ore...
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||74,00 €|