An experienced director films the lava from a Hawaiian volcano, the houses demolished in Detroit or a nuclear research platform. Along the way, he will find people to comment on the subject he wants to explore: time. The End of Time positions itself far from boring discourse and close to the sensorial, becoming a film that is not just a journey through the confines of the world, but also a true cinematic trip.
Born in Toronto and studies at Ryerson University. A renowned filmmaker and cinematographer, he has directed movies like Scissere (82), Picture of his Head (89), Tectonic Plates (91), Picture of Light (94) or Gambling, Gods and LSD (02).
Edition: 2013 Section: Noves Visions - No Ficció Original language: