Directed by Lois Siegel

©Photo by Lois Siegel

SOLITUDE is a film about the nature of the individual in the world and about the individual as he moves from one space to another, shadowed by structures. The medium is film and dance, but the film is not specifically a dance film. Special effects, such as high speed photography and color separation, are included only as a means to study form. The film avoids any descriptive realizations of solitude. Instead it studies the ambiance or interior being of solitude.


Poetry Film Festival, San Francisco, California, 1981 (Honorable Mention)

Produced by Lois Siegel Productions Inc. with the assistance of The Canada Council
and Association des Cineastes Amateurs du Quebec
Director Lois Siegel
Editor Lois Siegel
Music Jeffrey Bihr
Dancer Paul-Andre Fortier
Choreographer Édouard Lock
Voice: Bernard Queenan
Technical Advisor Serge Nadeau
Technique Experimental
Format 10 minutes, 380 feet, 16mm, color, optical sound
Completed 1978


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