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Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana


'Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana' is a short film based on the Nation Prize-winning poem by Eli Siegel. Recorded by the poet, 'Hot Afternoons' is a dramatic and colorful montage combining photographs, computer art, and live-action to show how a hot afternoon in Montana is related to the whole world. It so deeply honors the earth--its land, its history, its people, as it takes us on a wonderfully, meaningful odyssey through the world of time and space.

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Directors: Ken Kimmelman
Writers: Eli Siegel
Producers: Ken Kimmelman
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Student project: No
Completion date: 08/30/2016
Shooting format:
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1
Film color: Color
First-time filmmaker: No

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