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Film Screening: 51 Fragments of a Wandering Mind ended 15 days ago

Join us to watch a screening of the first ever feature-length film shot with a Lomokino Camera: 51 Fragments of a Wandering Mind!

Dustin Rosemark is the creator of this 80-minute film that explores the story of a man who tries to find meaning in a world that seems devoid of meaning. Creating this film was no simple task, Rosemark treated all 66,404 frames with great care, hand developing, cutting and scanning each piece. Shooting in 13 different countries over 6 months, this is not something you want to miss.

Watch the trailer here:

An experimental documentary, Dustin Rosemark explores the world in which we live, coloring it with hard to answer questions, shifting from direct representation to abstract images. This story is of a modern man with a process that takes us back in time, with superimposed sound and the LomoKino using still images to create a moving picture.

Shot entirely on the LomoKino,, this film is the first of its kind. The LomoKino is Lomography’s first analogue movie-making camera, allowing the user to shoot 144 frames on a normal roll of 35mm film. By winding the crank, this camera allows Lomographers to create breath-taking films that add character and personality to modern-day video.

Join us as we screen Dustin Rosemark’s revolutionary documentary, 51 Fragments of a Wandering Mind.

FILM SCREENING: 51 Fragments of a Wandering Mind
July 10, 2014

  • 6:00 pm – drinks and refreshments
  • 7:00 pm – film screening

Lomography Gallery Store
41 W 8th Street
New York, NY 10011

Stick around to have all your questions answered by the Director after the screening.

Learn more about 51 Fragments by visiting the website and see more of Dustin Rosemark’s work on Facebook, and Twitter.

written by e_ercolini

1 comment

  1. dannykeighobadi


    I want it on DVD! :(

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