Glass Hour

Director: Clare Langan

Clare Langan’s work sits within both fine art and film traditions. The use of hand-made filters gives a distinctly sensuous and oneiric appearance, mixing painterly values with a strongly cinematic use of sound and space. Part of a post-apocalyptic trilogy, this film portrays a lone figure moving through avolcanic landscape. Shot in Iceland, the harsh natural landscape forms part of an abstracted and sublime world.

Notes by Experimental Film Club.

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