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Colorblind Clyde < back Colorblind Clyde Colorblind Clyde is a lo-fi interactive film that can be experienced by multiple people at the same time. Original Title: Damien le daltonien Date: 2003, budget: 10$ Written, shot, edited and screened in less than 48 hours during the Kino Kabaret at the Festival du Nouveau Cinema of Montreal. OFFF Barcelona : Creative Review's Click San Francisco : Art Directors Club in NYC :

sigur rós » INNI "shot in black-and-white and running a haunting, emotion-drenched 75 minutes, [inni is] as pure an experience of the cinema as i've had." justin chang, variety 'inni' is either the first-ever sigur rós live album, or second live film (and follow up to 2007's acclaimed iceland tour film heima). in fact, it is both: a 75-minute film and 105-minute double live album of the band captured in full flow at the close of their last tour in november 2008, here housed within one single fat package. this is intentional. for while 'heima' was successful at "explaining" sigur rós, it was less so at conveying what it feels like to actually watch sigur rós play. that is the job of 'inni'. in order to accomplish this goal, morisset has taken his time and employed a number of different analogue post-production techniques to create an emotional understanding of being in the room with the band and going 'inside' the music. ("inni" literally means "inside").