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    Obscura

    "Obscura" portrays the struggle to escape an oppressive environment through Arthur, a medieval prisoner locked away in a dungeon with a single unreachable window. The film was shot on super 16mm and s...

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    "Obscura" portrays the struggle to escape an oppressive environment through Arthur, a medieval prisoner locked away in a dungeon with a single unreachable window. The film was shot on super 16mm and super 8mm film, an aesthetic choice made by writer and director Tyler W. Davis to contrast the surge of HD video and to better suite the time period of the film.
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    Obscura

    "Obscura" portrays the struggle to escape an oppressive environment through Arthur, a medieval prisoner locked away in a dungeon with a single unreachable window. The film was shot on super 16mm and super 8mm film, an aesthetic choice made by writer and director Tyler W. Davis to contrast the surge of HD video and to better suite the time period of the film.

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