Made with painted 16 mm and 35 mm filmstrips as well as digitally manipulated and live video footage, Flow is a meditation on the seasonal flow of the streams and rivers of Central Texas. Director Scott Nyerges seamlessly combines his knowledge of experimental film and animation to produce a visceral recreation of the rush of springtime and the growth and maturity of summer.
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Scott Nyerges has been making short films and videos since the late '90s. His films and videos have been shown in the United States, Europe, and Asia, and at venues like the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, and the International Computer Music Conference in Barcelona. Flow, his most recent video, premiered in January 2006 at the Rotterdam Film Festival. Formerly a resident of Austin, Texas, Nyerges currently lives in Brooklyn.