In these four short film essays, Bill Brown considers the North American landscape as a text to be deciphered and the road trip as an extension of the act of filmmaking– or is it the other way around? These dispatches from the 1990’s were transmitted from a secret island that emerged briefly at the end of the Cold War before sinking beneath rising oceans and hyper-anxiety. Roswell (1994), Confederation Park (1999), Buffalo Common (2001), and Mountain State (2003).
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Bill Browncolor and b/w, sound, 22 minRental format: Digital file