Shorelines Trailer

Shorelines Trailer (1977)

01 May 1977 Animated 4 mins

After a day of gathering hundreds of seashells and rocks from the beach, Jarnow uses the found objects to construct a stop motion commentary on how we look at nature through various cinematic techniques.

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