Christ or Feathers
by Milne, Will
This film comes out of several concerns, the violence of making a mark (disturbing a space) and the anxiety of making a relationship between shot and shot, shot and film, shots and sound. - W.M. "There is a strong poetic sensibility which shows itself in the use he makes of words, but most important, particularly in Christ or Feathers, in the images." - Malcolm Le Grice. "A dialectic of image and non-image that forces the viewer to read the film text." - Stuart Hood.
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