Tri-Alogue #2

Tri-Alogue #2

By presenting three filmmakers work simultaneously within a single 16mm frame, Tri-Alogue #2 offers a complexity of perspective that undermines the omniscient cinematic gaze and evokes a deeper relational mystery. Collaborating to subdivide a 16mm film frame into thirds, three filmmakers present their separately-shot-segments simultaneously within one spatial plane. From the interplay of these three points of view, emerges a cinematic conversation based on a horizontal compositional logic within the shared frame. This combined connotative-relationship between the subframes evokes a spectacle of fractured spatial and temporal perspective. Tri-Alogue #2 is one of a series of films by Caryn Cline, Linda Fenstermaker and Reed O'Beirne.

480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
3 minutes
Short, Documentary
Caryn Cline, Reed O'Beirne, Linda Fenstermaker
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about short «Tri-Alogue #2» (15)

Joseph M. avatar
Joseph M.

Excellent Atmospheric Documentary! I was satisfied with the movie and would recommend it to all!

Edward H. avatar
Edward H.

I absolutely love this movie!

Shirley C. avatar
Shirley C.

Just as described. Great addition to my collection!

Wayne Greene avatar
Wayne Greene

Cute movie. Loved it. Well played out

Madison avatar

Entertaining offered a nice evening

Kathryn Cooper avatar
Kathryn Cooper

It was a decent movie that had Documentary. I enjoyed it.

Kathryn Aguilar avatar
Kathryn Aguilar

AWESOME movie Definetly worth the watch.

Christina L. avatar
Christina L.

I like Documentary films and this one is pretty good.

Laura avatar

Caryn Cline has already made a few such films. But THIS is the best, One of the most interesting, artistically impressive and overall films of the year so far!!!

Amanda Contreras avatar
Amanda Contreras

One of the best movies for Documentary lovers

Russell Hall avatar
Russell Hall

Loved the movie. Definitely worth watching especially if you like Short