A Defence of Planets
- Environment, Essay, Natural History, Science, and Human Interest
A short experimental film about a sunset near Lower Red Rock Lake in Montana. It aims to realize G.K. Chesterton's ideal of a "truly Copernican art", an art that aims “not to make strange things settled, so much as to make settled things strange; not so much to make wonders facts as to make facts wonders.”
- Show treatment
Reason, applied liberally, 3x/day.
- in post-production
- Christopher Pavsek ... Director, Writer, Producer, Editor, Cinematographer, Sound
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