Song and Solitude (2006)





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Veteran experimental filmmaker Nathaniel Dorsky directed this visual meditation dominated by images of light and reflective surfaces. Created in collaboration with a close friend, Susan Vigil, who was in the final stages of a terminal illness, Song and Solitude subtly explores the beauty of everyday images and pastoral scenes, focusing on rich natural greens and golds as it envelopes the world in a shroud of enigmatic grace. Song and Solitude was screened in competition at the 206 Toronto International Film Festival, where critic Michael Sicinski described it as "probably the best film in the festival overall."
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Like a city symphony film viewed under a microscope, Nathaniel Dorsky's rapturous non-narrative work Song and Solitude abstracts the everyday in revelatory ways.

Full Review… | January 7, 2008

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