Fabrice Ziolkowski

LAX (1980) , min

Genre: Narrative, Experimental

Keywords: Architecture

"A true city film, L.A.X. combines majestic aerial shots of the hills and skylines with grittier footage shot on the streets of Hollywood to construct a truthful reflection of the many disparate elements that come together as the city of Los Angeles. Described by film scholar David James as a 'disabused, skeptical rendering of the city's grittier underside' which reveals 'the noir realities behind the sunshine.' Ziolkowski's work marked a high point in the burgeoning L.A. avant-garde film scene of the 1970's." - From the Harvard Film Archive's catalogs

Rental: $175.00

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