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Exteriors

Experimental
4:30 minutes (162 ft.)
Production Format: 16mm
Exhibition Format: 16mm
1999

Exteriors is a portrait of a young woman and the landscape she inhabits. It is a film about the walls people construct (real or imaginary).

"Poignant and poetic, the work engages our notions of the moving image." - Photophobia Film Festival 2000

Cast:

Abby Scholar

crew:

Filmmaker: Jason Britski
Location Sound and Production Stills: Danny Scavuzzo
Boom Operator: Glen Wood

Funders:

Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative
SaskFilm

Brief Description of Work:

Exteriors is a portrait of a woman and the landscape that surrounds her. It is a film concerned primarily with structure, and the image-sound relationship within this environment. The structure is based upon a series of fragmented moments, which attempt to actively engage the viewer in the construction of meaning.

Selected screenings

Brisbane International, Antimatter, Vancouver International, $100 Film Festival (Winner - Best First Film) Rotterdam International Short, Cascadia Moving Images (Best Independent Film – Finalist), Iranian International Young Cinema Society, Regensberg Short Film Week, and Photophobia.

Exteriors has been broadcast by Kunstkanaal in the Netherlands, and is distributed by the Canadian Filmmakers’ Distribution Centre.

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