Decroux’s Garden

(Baba Hillman, 2012, 4 min)

A return after many years to the home of a beloved teacher. I am less than a trace returning to this garden, but I am here and my heart turns, hearing again, though differently, the songs that hang here still, in the breath of this place. B.H.

Camera, editing: Baba Hillman and Michael Rice

Filmmaker in Attendance, US Premiere, 16mm, Silent


Directed by Baba Hillman


Showing:

Sunday, March 24 1:00pm

Films in Competition 10

New documentary and experimental films by Dani Leventhal, Mike Hoolboom among others. Program concludes with Spend It All (1971), a lively portrait of Cajun culture, by Les Blank.

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)