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Suzan Pitt: Persistence of Vision (2006)

SUZAN PITT: PERSISTENCE OF VISION is a portrait of the internationally acclaimed animation director and her award winning films, ASPARAGUS (1979), JOY STREET (1995) and EL DOCTOR (2006). ... See full summary »
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SUZAN PITT: PERSISTENCE OF VISION is a portrait of the internationally acclaimed animation director and her award winning films, ASPARAGUS (1979), JOY STREET (1995) and EL DOCTOR (2006). Pitt's films, which have been called "visual poems" have stunned audiences with their rich beauty and surreal storytelling. This documentary explores the inspirations, journeys, and creative expression from which her films have evolved throughout her career. Written by Laura Kraning

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21 November 2006 (USA)  »

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$30,000 (estimated)
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All of Suzan Pitt's films were made entirely by hand (without the use of computers) and each of them took at least 5 years to produce. See more »

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