In 1928, Wright bought a Kodak movie camera and over the next six years she filmed activities at Windy Ledge, her family’s summer farm in southwestern Maine, in the town of Paris. She is a unique representative of early American cinema who managed, without any artistic training, to capture farming life with a distinctive sense of poetry.
WINDY LEDGE FARM
1929-1934 / 16mm / b&w / sound / single screen / 16' 33 / 50 €
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