Location: Filmtheater t’Hoogt
Flat image of snowbound suburban housing tract blossoms into 3D only when viewer places Eye Opener before the right eye. Keeping both eyes open of course. As with all stereo experiences, the centre seats are the best. The Space will deepen as one views further from the screen.) The found-sound is X-ratable (not for children or Nancy Reagan) but is important to the film’s perfect balance (GLOBE is symmetrical) of divine and profane.
Ken Jacobs― Artist
Ken Jacobs (born in 1933 in Brooklyn, New York) is an experimental filmmaker. Jacobs was a professor teaching at the Cinema Department at Binghamton University from the year 1969 to 2002. He is the director of 'Tom, Tom: The Piper's Son' (1969, USA), which was admitted to the National Film Registry in 2007. His film titled 'Star Spangled to Death' (2004, USA) is nearly a seven-hour film consisting largely of found footage. He also happens to be the recipient of the 1994 American Film Institute's 'Maya Deren Award'.