ZEN - a film by Fabian Enzinger

Last updated by Darren on 03 June 2011

Zen is a non-verbal film by Fabian Enzinger.  It is very much in the style of Baraka and Koyaanisqatsi.  

 

Music is by Michael Stearns and Virgil Enzinger

Copyright 1999 Fabian Enzinger // The Academy Of Media Arts

Take from the YouTube upload by Fabian Enzinger:

"The non-verbal film experience ZEN takes you on a journey into a Zen temple located in a remote area in the Japanese Alps. The film was created in winter 1999 around New Year and is a reflection of the true mind and spirit of ZEN. The soundtrack was created by Michael Stearns and Virgil Enzinger (original music)."

Watch Zen

 

Well made. The music is from Baraka of course but it compliments the cinematography beautifully.

HI!
Is there any chance to buy "Zen" in DVD quality?

I don't think there is. The YouTube version seems to be the only one available.

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