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Moving Violation

a film by Jason Britski

Experimental
5:30 minutes (192 ft.)
Production Format: DVCAM, PXL Vision, and 16mm
Exhibition Format: 16mm or Beta SP
2002

Moving Violation is an examination of the texture, rhythm, and beauty that resides hidden within a community. This film is a document of our disintegrating past.

crew:

Filmmaker: Jason Britski

Funders

Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative

Brief Description of Work:

Moving Violation is a film that deals primarily with theories of remembrance, and questions our notion of what is valuable in our society. Shot in Pixelvision and digital video, this film is an examination of the texture, rhythm, and beauty that resides hidden within a community. Moving Violation, in basic terms, is a document of a downtown area as it is slowly demolished in order to create room for parking.

Selected screenings

Reykjavik Shortfilm Festival, Saskatchewan Showcase (Winner - Best Experimental), Rotterdam International, Dresden Short (Festival Tour), Univ. of Central Lancashire, (Experimental Film Conference), Mackenzie Art Gallery, Viper International, PXL THIS 13, and the Spasm 2 Performance Art Festival.

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

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