Films & Other Videos
Films with: Ungerer, Walter
- All the days of the year
- "A daily record of one year at Mount Battie, Maine. It is a record of the seasons, the changing light from dawn to evening, sunrise and sunset; the changing weather from bright sun to overcast skies, fog, rain and snow; and the changing visitors that come by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, car, truck and camper to make a pilgrimage to the mountain vista that overlooks a small harbor on the coast of Maine, the North Atlantic coastal islands, and the expansive Atlantic Ocean"--Publisher's website.
- DVD 11849
- Animal a film /
- A woman waits for a man at a deserted railroad station somewhere in northern New England. It is the middle of winter. Snow is falling. The two drive to a remote farmhouse. Later two strange children appear at the window, and an old woman summons them away. Isolation, then alienation overcome the couple. The woman has a dream which comes true. She disappears. Nothing is explained. Only footprints remain in the snow that covers the supernatural landscape.
- DVD 5166
- Keeping things whole
- A film about the decision facing a conscientious American youth when he is drafted. Arthur, the hero, is drafted and unsure of what to do. Slowly the film introduces three sets of characters whose decisions ultimately determine the course of Arthur's resolution to his dilemma, and thus his life.
- DVD 5164
- Random bits of unknown significance
- This film was "shot with an inexpensive digital still camera capable of shooting short video bursts. The inobtrusiveness of the camera afforded Ungerer the opportunity to record unguarded moments in people's lives while he was on a trip through England, Germany, and Switzerland in 2006. The result was Random Bits Of Unknown Significance."--Publisher's website.
- DVD 12464
- Walter Ungerer early films (1965-1973).
- Walter Ungerer is known for his feature length narrative works of the 70's and 80's such as 'The Animal' and 'The Winter There was Very Little Snow' ; and his more recent computer generated films, 'Kingsbury Beach" and "Untitled 2.1'. This collection goes back to when Ungerer lived in a loft on 28th Street in the flower district of New York City. It was there he began what was to become the "Oobieland" films. A five part series gaining him the reputation of an 'experimental' filmmaker.
- DVD 5165
- Walter Ungerer recent computer & digital works (1993-2002).
- Walter Ungerer is known for his feature length narrative works of the 70's and 80's such as 'The Animal' and 'The Winter There was Very Little Snow' ; and his more recent computer generated films, 'Kingsbury Beach" and "Untitled 2.1'. This collection covers the timeframe when he gegan working with the Amiga computer, Deluxe Paint, and Brilliance software to when he moved to the Macintosh G4 with Photoshop, After Effects, Boris FX, and the Media 100; roughly from 1993 to 2002.
- DVD 5089