2 DVD set with 2 films by James Benning and a Q&A with the filmmaker.
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In the 1990s, James Benning's films were characterized primarily by an ongoing investigation of the relationship between the image and the (spoken or written) word. This 2-disc set features the two key works representing the peak of this "text-image film" period. In Deseret Benning (by way of the New York Times) retells the history of America's Mormon State Utah through spectacular black & white and color images. Art and landscape join as one in Benning's following film Four Corners, which serves as both a tribute to the famous region in the USA where four states converge and a portrait of four very different artists.
Deseret - USA 1995 - Directed, written, photographed, edited and produced by: James Benning - Voice: Fred Gardner - Premiere: January 22, 1995 (Sundance Film Festival, Utah)
Four Corners - USA 1997 - Directed, written, photographed, edited and produced by: James Benning - Voices: Hartmut Bitomsky, James Benning, Yeasup Song, Billy Woodberry - Premiere: December 17, 1997 (Wicker Park, Chicago)
Edited by: Österreichisches Filmmuseum Vienna
DVD authoring: Tobias Dressel
DVD supervision: Oliver Hanley
|Artist(s)||James Benning, Fred Gardner, Harmut Bitiomsky, Yeasup Song, Billy Woodberry|
|Format||2 DVD5 PAL Interzone/Region-free, 4:3, Dolby Digital 2.0|
|Runtime||DVD1: 93 min, DVD2: 76 min|
|Publisher||Edition Film Museum|
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