The Dragons of Metal - Tammabukku Anbar by Nitzan Sagie

Posted by Darren on 28 May 2012

The Dragons of Metal - Tammabukku Anbar is a timelapse, nonverbal film by Nitzan Sagie.  It is heavy influenced by Koyaanisqatsi.

From Nitzan:

"I'm a composer and a film director.

I must say that when I was 10 years old, my father showed me Koyaanisqatsi, and that film really changed my life and my art; both in my music and in films. since then, I watched every film I could find that Ron Fricke & Godfrey Reggio made.

Last year I became a student in the university, studying film and cinematography, and the first film I wanted to make is an homage to all those amazing films, but with my concept and my music.

I filmed it all alone and composed the music, so the vision of the film was very clear to me from the start."

Filmmaker name: 
Nitzan Sagie

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