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Michael Langan: Heliotropes


Michael Langan’s new short film Heliotropes is fresh off the film fest circuit. Heliotropes documents the parallel goals of man and nature, through the most primitive and sophisticated means, to simply stay in the light. Based on the poem by Brian Christian.

You might remember Langan’s previous film Doxology, which mixed stop-motion and live-action to create an experimental comedy about tennis balls, dancing cars and God.

Posted on 6 September 2011 |

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One thought on “Michael Langan: Heliotropes

  1. Mr. Langan has a way of burrowing deep into my head and taking root there. Like “Doxology,” this film uses such simple mechanics to make strangely eloquent statements. Thanks for posting, Ryan!

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