All Flowers in Time
|All Flowers in Time|
|Directed by||Jonathan Caouette|
David Logan Rankin
|Edited by||Jessica Brunetto|
All Flowers in Time is a 2010 short surrealist horror film directed by Jonathan Caouette. The plot centers on a television signal that possesses young children, making them believe they can transform into other people or monsters. The film stars Chloë Sevigny and has been screened at several film festivals as of Fall 2010. Although it shares a similar name, the film's title is not directly connected to the Jeff Buckley song, "All Flowers in Time Bend Towards the Sun".
The film premiered at Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France in May 2010 and has since been screened at several festivals, including: New York Film Fest, BFI London Film Festival, ZeroFilm Fest, Sundance, and the Portland International Film Festival. The film was also shown before Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan (2010) at Cinema du Parc in December 2010.
- "All Flowers In Time: Festivals". Archived from the original on 7 February 2011. Retrieved 2011-02-17.
- Kim, Melissa (2010-11-08). "Interview: Jonathan Caouette". Dirtbag Journalism.
- "34th Portland International Film Festival: Films By Title (A)". NW Film Institute. Retrieved 2011-02-17.
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