Color cry (1953)Other(s) author(s) : Lye, Len, [zuzendari]Uniform titles : Color cry.(3 minutu) : soinua, kolorezIrudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaColor Cry (Filmaffinity) | Color Cry (IMDb) | Abstract | Film osoa (hizketarik gabe) In : Len Lye - [Paris] : Re-voir, copyright 2009
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Musika: Sonny Terry.
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Lye continued to develop new kinds of “direct film” (films made without a camera). In "Color Cry", his first major American film, he found a striking new way to use Man Ray’s “rayogram” or “shadow cast” process, arranging a variety of fabrics and stencils on strips of film. Strips of film with sprocket holes were also used as stencils. Lye synchronised his film to some haunting music by blues-singer Sonny Terry, which he imagined to represent the anguished cry of a runaway slave. Lye used the 16mm format for this and for his other American films.