Delphi Falls

Testing the limits of identification with the camera’s point of view, Delphi Falls cycles through multiple subjectivities, misusing traditional narrative conventions – the suggestion of a story, the anchoring of actors as characters – and has the viewer constantly questioning who or what they are. Mary Helena Clark uses film languages to articulate a dispersed agency, to reimagine the line between sentient and inanimate, self and other.

Production Year

2016

Premiere

International Premiere

Director

Mary Helena Clark

Country

United States

Dialogue Language

English

Primary Contact

Mary Helena Clark

Producer

Mary Helena Clark