The Skin of the Frame

Beginning off-screen and beyond then thrusting inward; a movement that forever ruptures the sanctity of the skin of the frame.


Cool It Carol! (Pete Walker, 1970)

Revelation, here, becomes a varied discovery of both the places you have dreamed about and the failings you fear revealed.


Bronco Bullfrog (Barney Platts-Mills, 1970)

Only the briefest respite offered here because the world just spins too tight and small and slowly for us all.


Robin Askwith

Robin Smile

Faces loom and shine here like new stars spied hanging in the night for the very first time every time.


Lillian Gish – Broken Blossoms (DW Griffith, 1919)

Faces loom and shine here like new stars spied hanging in the night for the very first time every time.Tedesco_Gish_BrokenBlossoms


Bronco Bullfrog (Barney Platts-Mills, 1970)

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Setsuko Hara – Late Spring (Yasujiro Ozu, 1949)

Whereas elsewhere crescendos will always threaten from somewhere beyond the frame here the space between simple gestures offers alternative volumes.