Like most filmmakers I'm hesitant to post
films online. I'm afraid it might be seen as a substitute for the
experience of a cinema. But one of the advantages of being online is
multiple viewings, and in this case the text by Italo Calvino should be listened to repeatedly. And the readings by Jack Bennett as Marco Polo and Stan Shields as Kublai Khan are wonderful, as well as the brilliant score by Jason Staczek.
And if you're in Portland this week the film will screen for the second time at NW Filmmaker's Festival Thurs night at 7pm.