by Fred WORDEN
2008 / color / sound / 1S / 13' 00

“Is there, we ask, some secret language which we feel and see but never speak, and, if so, could this be made visible to the eye? Is there any characteristic which thought possesses that can be rendered visible without the help of words?” - Virginia Woolf, The Cinema, 1926 “An experimental film structured as a kind of specialized playground in which highly representational images are freed from their duties to refer to things outside of themselves. The images run free in their new lightness making unforeseeable, promiscuous connections with each other and developing an inexplicable, non-parsable plot line that runs along with all the urgency of any good thriller. When worlds collude, something outside of description is always just about to happen.” - FW


distribution format Digital file on server (NTSC)
screen 4/3 (single screen)
speed 30 fps
sound sound
rental fee 41,00 €