Ebb & Flow

Next week a collaboration between Hope Lies at 24 Frames Per Second and our friends at Cinémezzo charting and exploring the work of Terrence Malick goes live.

Nathanael Smith and Edwin Davies are representing Hope Lies in the project, with Edwin tackling Malick’s 1973 debut Badlands, and Nathanael taking on Malick’s most recent work prior to Tree Of Life, and tale of American settlement, The New World. We’re very much looking forward to taking part in the project, and thank Adam Cook at Cinémezzo for the opportunity.

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  1. Pingback: The Thin Red Line, and how it changed the way I watch films | The 24th Frame

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