Founded in 1907 in New Hampshire, the MacDowell Colony is the country’s first artist residency program. To commemorate its 100th anniversary, the colony commissioned four past residents to create short films to mark the four seasons.
Each participant represents—and employs—a different style of filmmaking. They are Michael Almereyda (narrative), George Griffin (animation), Elisabeth Subrin (experimental), and David Petersen (documentary). (60 mins., video)
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Added by Wexner Center on August 28, 2007