Tri-Alogue #4 (3:20) 2020 16mm
The subtle movement of a dancer’s arms invites three panels of film into one frame in this micro-symphony of sounds and images in which the changing light evokes the passing of times. Human and non-human, interior and exterior co-exist in this highly improvisational yet serendipitous portrait of a changing Seattle in late August under a fire-choked sun.
Co-authored by Caryn Cline, Linda Fenstermaker and Reed O’Beirne on the same Bolex 16mm camera with a lens masked to subdivide the frame of the film roll into thirds.
Featuring dance & choreography by Emily Durand, and a score by Rachael Cohen with Andrea Di Biase. Made in part with support from Interbay Cinema Society
Visions in the Nunnery 2020
| London UK | 17-Nov to 13-Dec 2020
Bolton International Film Festival
| Manchester UK | 16-Oct 2020
Local Sightings Festival
| Seattle WA USA | 18-Sep-2020