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Primiti Too Taa

bigImage PRIMITI TOO TAA is a unique and delightful three-minute sound poem. With the use of "typewriter animation", PRIMITI TOO TAA comes alive on the screen as words and letters pop on and off, swirling and dancing in a rhythmic beat with the spoken soundtrack. This short film was adapted from Ursonate ("Sonata in Primitive Sounds"), a longer poem written by the late German dadaist Kurt Schwitters.

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Directed and produced by Ed Ackerman and Colin Morton; animation by Ed Ackerman; arrangement and sound performance by Colin Morton. Adapted from the poem Ursonate, written by Kurt Schwitters. Distributed by IMAX Corporation.

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Wonderful, adorable, not at all unpleasant. I could watch it again and again. I would love to own a copy. If anyone knows where I can get a copy, please email me at draperd@rdr.com ... Read More >>

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