Saturday, June 6, 2009

Rooftops in Tangier: The 8

I think I prefer Tangier from above, observing the scenes and sounds around me. Of course being inside of it all is exciting and sensory in a different way. Four filmmakers and four poets/writers pairing off to film the sights, scenes and sounds of Tangier in Super 8...what will develop?


Emilie said...

i can't wait to hear all about it, blaire.

Elizabeth Pruett said...

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