USA, 2011, 16 Minute Running Time
Genre/Subjects: Animated, Avant Garde/Experimental
In this handmade film composed of more than 4,000 collages, actress Lillian Gish is seamlessly appropriated from silent-era cinema and plunged into a new and haunting role. Night Hunter evokes a disquieting dreamscape drawn from allegory, myth, and archetype. Music and sound by Larry Polansky.
DIRECTOR: Stacey Steers
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Stacey Steers’s labor-intensive films are composed of thousands of individual, handmade works on paper. Her films have screened at festivals and museums worldwide. She is this year’s recipient of the Denver Film Society's Stan Brakhage Vision Award.... more
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