Never a Foot Too Far, Even » Ann Arbor Film Festival

Never a Foot Too Far, Even

(Daïchi Saïto, 2012, 14 min)

Appropriating a brief fragment from an old Kung Fu movie, Never a Foot Too Far, Even is an action movie without action. The film focuses on an obscure figure finding himself in a forest path, caught between perpetual motion and stasis. The painterly images fluctuate in the complex shifting of color and texture, phasing in and out through a polymetric structure. It is a perceptual journey without destination in the turning sphere of ever-changing image and sound, whose beginning and end move in parallel towards a fleeting point of convergence. With original sound composition by Malcolm Goldstein.

Dual 16mm


Directed by Daïchi Saïto


Showing:

Sunday, March 30 1:00pm

Films in Competition 11

New experimental and documentary films featuring the North American premiere of Picture Perfect Pyramid by Johann Lurf, Psalm IV: Valley of the Shadow by Phil Solomon, Deborah Stratman’s Hacked Circuit, Model Village

Michigan Theater (Main Auditorium)