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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 32 MIN | unknown

IDEAS OF ORDER IN CINQUE TERRE

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Cinque Terre is the designation for a string of towns dotting the northern Mediterranean coast of Italy. Filmmaker Ken Kobland was invited to spend a few weeks there in November 2004, and Ideas of Order in Cinque Terre is the result of his brief love affair with the landscape of the place. Concentrating on line, geometry, and tones of sound and color, Kobland has crafted a powerful, abstract homage to a little piece of paradise.
Film Information
Year: 2005
Length: 32 minutes
Language: English, Italian
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
Born in 1946, Ken Kobland studied art and architecture at Columbia University and Union College. His award-winning films include Vestibule (1977), Berlin: Tourist Journal (1988), Foto-Roman (1990), Moscow X (1994), and Arise! Walk Dog Eat Donut (1999). He has also produced pieces in collaboration with experimental theater troupe The Wooster Group. Kobland's cinematography credits include numerous documentaries on artists, including Joan Mitchell, Jackson Pollock, and Chuck Close.

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