a film by Peter Hutton
(2007, 16mm, silent, 60 min.)
Hutton's most recent film—a riveting and revelatory chronicle of the birth, life, and death of a colossal container ship—is unquestionably one of his most ambitious and profound. A haunting meditation on human progress, both physical and metaphorical, At Sea charts a three-year passage from twenty-first-century ship building in South Korea to primitive and dangerous ship breaking in Bangladesh, with an epic journey across the North Atlantic in between. –MoMA
Studies and Observation no.1
This is the first screening of a new monthly film series, organized by the Studies and Observation Group, co-presented by the Ann Arbor Film Festival.
WHEN: October 1, 2011 @ 8pm
WHERE: 327 Braun Court, Ann Arbor, MI
ADMISSION: Pay What You Can