1977-79, 12:48 min, color, sound

Viola describes Moonblood as "an expression of the feminine principle, a work in three parts relating to a personal concept of woman and mother. Day and night converge within the silhouette of a woman at a window — a rushing waterfall in winter, and the serene interplay of changing dawn light unfolds within a glass of water at dawn in the desert."

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1977-80, 62 min, color, sound