Film Art Classics from a Time Before There Was High Definition
Grand Canyon Dancing
The first film that David Belskis ever produced, directed, edited and financed was the Super 8mm film-art classic "Grand Canyon Dancing" in 1981.
It tells, non-verbally, the story of six people on a journey through the Grand Canyon celebrating harmony with nature, each other, themselves, and God.
It won Top Award in the 1982 Arizona Film Festival sponsored by KUAT PBS TV Tucson, and Bronze Prize in the 1982 Houston International Film Festival.
It has been shown hundreds of times on cable TV (local and national), and was an audience favorite on "Arizona Showcase."
It has also been acquired by several media libraries, some of whose curators consider it to be a trail-blazing work of visionary art.
The film-art classic "Transcendance" followed in 1983, produced on 16mm film, but it was not entered into any film festivals.
It tells, non-verbally, the story of one woman's journey from sorrow to joy.
"Grand Canyon Dancing" and "Transcendance" are both pilot films for a larger feature film production which has been scripted and is in the line-up of our films yet to be financed and produced. The self-financing of the two pilot films was on a shoestring budget, while a much larger budget and production are intended for the feature.
Tai Chi Chih on The Rocks
This was a BetacamSP production with some film-art aspects as an introduction to a clients' Tai Chi exercise video filmed in Sedona in 1997. It was produced, directed and co-edited by David Belskis.
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