Direction: Lynne Sachs, con y para Barbara Hammer
Screenplay: Texto en pantalla: Lynne Sachs
Editor: Apoyo en postproducción: Paul Hill
In 1998, filmmaker Barbara Hammer had an artist residency in a shack without running water or electricity. While there, she shot film and kept a journal. In 2018, Barbara began her process of dying by revisiting her personal archive. She gave all of her material from the residency to Lynne Sachs and invited her to make a film. Through her own filmmaking, Lynne explores Barbara's experience of solitude. She places text on the screen as a confrontation with a somatic cinema that brings us together in multiple spaces and times.
Lynne Sachs is a filmmaker and a poet. Her work explores the intricate relationship between personal observations and broader historical experiences by weaving together text, collage, painting, politics and layered sounds. Strongly committed to a dialogue between theory and practice, she searches for a rigorous play between image and sound.