Here Is Always Somewhere Else
|Here Is Always Somewhere Else|
|Directed by||Rene Daalder|
|Produced by||Rene Daalder|
|Written by||Rene Daalder|
|Music by||Broadway Project|
|Edited by||Aaron Ohlmann|
The film is about the life and work of Dutch/Californian conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader, who in 1975 disappeared under mysterious circumstances at sea in the smallest boat ever to cross the Atlantic. As seen through the eyes of fellow emigrant filmmaker Rene Daalder, the picture becomes a sweeping overview of contemporary art films as well as an epic saga of the transformative powers of the ocean. Featuring work from artists Tacita Dean, Rodney Graham, Marcel Broodthaers, Ger van Elk, Charles Ray, Wim T. Schippers, Chris Burden, Fiona Tan, Pipilotti Rist and many others.
The film was released on DVD in November 2008.
- Official website
- Here Is Always Somewhere Else on IMDb
- Interview with the producer and editor 
- Here is Always Somewhere Else Article at SoiledSinema.com
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