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Time Is 1964

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Time Is 1964

29 mins United Kingdom Director. Don Levy

Produced by the Nuffiled Foundation of Unit for the History of ideas, Time Is, directed by Don Levy (Herostratus), is an experimental collage film looking at the scientific problems connected with the nature of time. Alternating between original and `found' footage such as newsreels, sports footage, nature photography, the film uses a number of techniques including slow motion, time-lapse and single-frame filming, negative imagery and juxtaposition.

Directed by

Don Levy

Featuring

Margaret Robertson

Genres

Experimenta Animation & Artists Moving Image

Tags

Time

Collection

Tomorrow's World

Released

1964

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Nuffield Foundation Unit for the History of Ideas

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