by Chris GALLAGHER
1976 / 16mm / color / sound / 1S / 10' 00
In Atmosphere the camera pans back and forth over a body of water at a varying tempo and most people assume that a camera operator is in charge. The final image of the film carries a great deal of significance. It opens up a gap between the film’s appearance and its reality; what it appears to be – what it imitates – is not an object or scene from everyday life, but a film. Atmosphere is not just an imitation, but an imitation of an imitation, a metafilm that plays with the viewers’ expectations about cinematic form.
|distribution format||DVCAM (PAL)|
|screen||1,37 - Standard (single screen)|
|rental fee||38,00 €|