понедельник, 26 октября 2015 г.

ONE HUNDRED MULES WALKING THE LOS ANGELES AQUEDUCT -ARTIST'S CUT 2015

One Hundred Mules Walking the Los Angeles Aqueduct (Artist’s Cut, 2015) is a documentary of a journey with a string of one hundred mules, that drew a line, between Los Angeles and a major source of its water in the Eastern Sierra.
This one-month meditation and artwork was undertaken by Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio to commemorate the centenary of the opening of the Los Angeles Aqueduct on Nov. 5, 2013. Mules were an important component of the labor force that made the building of the aqueduct possible. This artist action paid homage to the quiet dignity of the mule and the patient pace of its progress across the western epic landscape.

Director: BRUCE DICKSON

After graduating from U.C Berkeley in film studies and ethnography, Dickson's interests focused on cinematography and documentary filmmaking. His professional experience brings confident and creative energy with a fresh, unique visual style that exposes an intimacy between the artist and his camera. Currently Producer/Director/DP for two time Emmy Nominated series: "Artbound" programming on KCET (www.kcet.org/arts/artbound/) Winner of three Golen Mike awards, Two L.A. Press Club Awards - 2012 & 2013 and voted LA Weekly Best Art & Culture Site in Los Angeles.

Specifications

Film Type:Documentary, Feature, Other
Genres:Artist cut, environmental, documentary, experimental, art, animal, water, human rights, durational
Runtime:1 hour
Completion Date:March 2, 2015
Production Budget:75,000 USD
Country of Origin:United States
Country of Filming:United States
Film Language:English, Spanish








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