This whimsical black-and-white film essay explores the Tuscan landscape and the relationship between tradition, modernity and food. Through shimmering, hand-processed, window-framed ruminations, time passes in licks of light, while a storm gathers and a woman makes pasta by hand.
Screening in Shorts Program: Let There Be Light: The Cycle of LifeDocumentary
About the Director(s)
JOSH GIBSON is a native of Durham, North Carolina, and a lecturing fellow at Duke University’s Program in the Arts of the Moving Image. His films have screened at the Slamdance, SXSW, Full Frame and New York Film Festivals, among others. His work explores the intersection of non-fiction practice and handmade cinematographic exploration.
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