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Ancientry

16 May 1996
14:30

Location: Filmtheater t’Hoogt

‘Ancientry’ is an early film by Paul de Mol. He films a vase that is on the edge of a pond in a park. While filming, Mole makes frequent use of the ‘single frame shot’ which is an extremely short shot that consists only of one frame, which is also known as the building block of film. Occasionally the bombardment of images makes way for a longer shot, which enhances the contrast and gives the viewer a moment of rest.


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