Paul Sharits Trailer

Paul Sharits Trailer (2015)

22 January 2015 85 mins

Long after his premature death, the impact of Paul Sharits lingers on. The prominent iconoclast and innovator provoked with fast-flickering, pulsating, colourful mosaics. The many interviews and testimonies are also a portrait of a generation of leading voices in experimental filmmaking.

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International Releases Dates

Netherlands 22 January 2015

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