Long Distance: Synopsis

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Long Distance (6 minutes, 16mm film, DV, 2003) is an iconography of long distance relationships; two lovers, two filmmakers, living apart in separate cities - a sign of our modern times. Planes, trains, cell phones, e-mail, luggage, weather changes. Both filmmakers cut their own version of the same sounds and images, yet in the end merged both together into one film directed, written and edited by Ted Hardin and Elizabeth Coffman

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