DESCRIPCIÓN: This hybrid project uses a cell-phone to document a series of colour plate advertisements from The 1957 Photographer’s Almanac. The footage is then transferred to 16mm film, presenting the advertised technologies of 1957 (coincidentally, the first year a digital image was ever generated) through simultaneous analog and digital lenses; collapsing history to comment on the changing terminologies of lens-based practice. (The film’s title is taken from the title of an essay appearing in the Almanac, authored by its collected editors)
- IDIOMA ORIGINAL: Sin diálogos
- IDIOMA DE SUBTÍTULOS: ninguno
- AÑO DE PRODUCCIÓN: 2014
- PAÍS DE PRODUCCIÓN: Canada
- Dirección: Christine Lucy Latimer
- DURACIÓN: 6´ 44´´
Christine Lucy Latimer is an experimental filmmaker and photographer. Her work in the past decade has been featured across 5 continents in over 150 film festivals and gallery exhibitions. She currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.