Sliding off the Edge of the World

Director: Mark Street

Institute History

  • 2001 Sundance Film Festival


Mark Street, in Sliding off the Edge of the World, recontextualizes the surface and representational forms of film, in which emulsion, exposed sprockets, and hand painting compete with the photographic image as the most beautiful elements to behold.

— Shannon Kelley

Screening Details


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