- “Sleeping For Years” from Death Walks Behind You by Atomic Rooster (1970)
“Alaskan Northern Lights” by [Millie Carrée](http://www.oshotoarts.com/TheArtGallery1.htm).
The Auteurs on Asiel Norton’s Redland:
Cheap to fund, digitally shot portraits of everyday life compose the heart and soul of contemporary American independent film. But when a director makes the decision to reject casual naturalism, shoot on film and concentrate on visual beauty, the contrast with typical indie fare is revelatory. Shot on 35mm, Asiel Norton’s Redland, which premiered at the 2009 CineVegas Film Festival, is a reminder of how long the spirit of 70’s era Malick, Weir, and Altman have been missing from the independent film landscape. Norton says he wanted “the film itself to look alive, like the film was breathing,” and Redland does seem like a living entity, resplendent with flaws and blurs, textures and shadows.