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#1 Mark Allen

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Posted 11 May 2006 - 02:13 PM

Well, this is not accessible to everyone on the big screen until the Nomadic Museum comes to your area, but I was just interested in hearing any cinematographer's comments on this 60 minute film.

I thought the whole thing, while definitely a vanity project, was also quite beautiful and definitely worth seeing. It's only in Los Angeles (at Santa Monica pier) through this weekend - but I do think it would be of interest to anyone involved in cinematography. Especially because it is very much a poem told through photography - not unlike Koyaaniquatsi.

You can get more information here: www.ashesandsnow.com

If anyone else has seen it, I'd be interested in knowing your thoughts. Exotic photography with zero special effects.
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