No Vladimir

2000 / 16MM BLACK & WHITE / 7 MINS

Edition of 1 + 1AP

Exhibition History:

Bravo / IFC U.S. Broadcast Premiere 2001
Nominated IFC 2000 Best Student Film Of The Year

Filmmaker Richard P. Rogers tried for twenty years to make a documentary about his life. In 2001 he died before he could fnish, leaving behind boxes of raw footage. Former student Alexander Olch picks up the pieces, weaving together Rogers constant search for meaning, exploring the differences between documentary and fction techniques. Rogers friend, actor, and writer, Wallace Shawn joins the process creating a provocative piece that gets at the meaning of why we document our lives, and why we make flms
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