Short vision

United Kingdom, 1956

Film
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An experimental film: using a simple animation technique “A SHORT VISION” creates an imaginative and disturbing picture of atomic warfare. A “thing” suddenly appears in the sky, flying over countryside and cities and destroying all living things. All that finally remains is a single flame with a moth fluttering around it; and, after a moment, the flame devours the moth. Music by Matyas Seiber.

Credits

co-director

Peter Foldes

Joan Foldes

production company

British Film Institute

Language

English

Duration

00:05:00:00

Colour

Colour

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