Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Woodstock Lives

by Peter Bowen

.....As a juror for the Short Film Category, I saw a number of imaginative films, each which stood out more by its sheer originality than by any stars or fancy production costs. The winning film, Benh Zeitlin’s Glory at Sea, a daydream of a movie, infused as much with the poetry of Shakespeare’s The Tempest and American folklore as the hard reality of its post-Katrina landscape, was a triumph of can-do filmmaking.

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