Is there any room for me here?

Hungary, 1988

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This black-and-white computer animation is based around the image of a sparsely furnished apartment at nighttime, using light and shade effects - of a subtlety and delicacy that recalls the brushstrokes in a Chinese ink drawing - to pick out the objects from the dark background. The austere beauty of the forms and movements is accentuated by the strains of a Bach cello suite.

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Credits

creator

Tamas Waliczky

Duration

00:03:44:00

Production places
Hungary
Production dates
1988

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Group of items

Tamas Waliczky compilation

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Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

B1004267

Language

No spoken word

Audience classification

unclassified

Holdings

Digital Betacam [PAL]; Master

Digital Betacam [PAL]; Sub-master

VHS [PAL]; Reference - timecoded

MOV file ProRes4444; Digital Preservation Master - overscan

MPEG-4 Digital File; ACMI Digital Access Copy - overscan

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