One, Two, Buckle my Shoe

Anush Ter-Khachatryan

Filmmaking II

 

“What we do as filmmakers is immaterial, it’s only a projection of light and doing that only with light makes you into a clown. It’s an inevitable process”. Werner Herzog says we lack adequate images and eats his shoe in sake of a new, revolutionary language in film. It’s a small price that we can pay for seeing real images. “So more shoes, more boots, more garlic”.
This is an experimental collage film, a meditation on the concept of shoes, starting from the Hermesian golden flying shoes reaching all the way to contemporary commodified perception of it.

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