Michael Snow

Michael Snow is recognized as one of the most important experimental filmmakers, as well as an accomplished visual artist and musician. His groundbreaking and influential 1967 film Wavelength is a key work in the history of structuralist cinema. In recent years Snow had been working with digital media, exploring electronic processes to further his rigorous investigations into the nature of representation and perception.   full biography


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1966-67/2003, 15 min, color, sound
1981, 95 min, color, sound, 16 mm film on video
2002, 91 min, color, sound
2002, DVD-ROM, color, sound