Cathy Lee Crane

2009 | 00:12:00 | Italy | B&W | Stereo | 4:3 | 16mm film

Collection: Single Titles

Tags: Expedition/Travel

Inspired by Tennessee Williams’ The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, this meditation on the quotidian gestures of strangers constitute a counter-shot from the Roman landscape through which a fictional character wanders, adrift. After meeting a young girl in the Campo di Fiori market, a woman who has come to Rome to die, journeys through its many fountains, taunted by visions of lost innocence. Staged on locations from the Roman films of Pier Paolo Pasolini. Music by Ben Kamen.

Pricing Information

Additional Formats/Uses
Request an Exhibition Quote Request an Archival Quote

Please contact or visit with any questions about the license types listed here.

Exhibitions + Festivals

American Originals Now, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 2015

Adrift in Pasolini’s Rome: Excursions into “The Cinema of Poetry”, Institute for Cultural Inquiry, Berlin, 2014

Northwest Film Forum, Seattle, 2013

Berlin International Director’s Lounge, 2013

Los Angeles Filmforum/Echo Park Film Center Composite Histories, 2011

Madrid Experimental Cinema Week, 2010

“Free Radical” Section, Cork International Film Festival, 2010

Portland Women’s Film Festival, 2010

San Francisco Independent Film Festival, 2010

H20 Film on Water Fine Art Series, Water Mill, 2009

New Filmmakers at Anthology Film Archives, New York City, 2009

Artsfest Film Festival, Pennsylvania, 2009

Water, Society for the Humanities/Cornell University, 2009

Big Muddy Film Festival, Illinois, 2009