Porch Glider, 1970, 25 min
Porch Glider is James Herbert's rarely seen masterpiece, one of over a dozen films by Herbert screened at AAFF from the late 1960s to the mid 1970s. The film is a meditative and frankly sensuous observational portrait of a coterie of friends and acquaintances who while away afternoons and nights in the garden, on the porch, and among the many rooms of an old Southern house.
This film is not in competition
Screening of this film is supported by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences