A camera roll city cine-poem, filmed in Brooklyn in the vicinity of the Gowanus Canal. Shot on a single roll of 16mm film and made as a filmic postcard for a distant friend, Camera Roll captures a Brooklyn neighborhood's beauty and dereliction, industry and atmosphere, and the sounds of the elevated train rumbling in the distance.
Joel Schlemowitz has made more than 40 short experimental films. His work has received awards at the Chicago Underground Film Festival and screened at MoMA, Anthology Film Archives, Millennium Film Workshop, and elsewhere. He teaches filmmaking at the New School in New York. A DVD set of his collected short films is available from www.microcinema.com.
The Film-Makers Cooperative c/o The Clocktower Gallery 108 Leonard Street 13th Fl. New York, NY 10013 Phone: 212 267 5665 firstname.lastname@example.org
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