The movement of two sides of a digital pattern towards and apart from one another is synchronised with the opening and closing of automatic sliding doors. Images of the headlands of Australia’s Botany Bay and the adjoining South Pacific Ocean, Port Botany and Sydney International Airport runways, divide to disclose the forms of towering ship-to-shore cranes and stacked shipping containers. A sea-road-rail freight hub and transport interchange within an oceanic embayment, located 13 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district
David Anthony Sant was born in Sydney, Australia. My filmmaking achievements are recognized within a significant number of International filmmaking collectives who regularly screen and showcase my work. The films I have directed and produced combine experimental visuals with experimental sound. A subject that re-occurs in many of my films is the experience of location and space. These films are often films about space and spaciousness as experienced in urban environments. Every film I create is an attempt to explore the visual language of the moving image. My approach to filmmaking can best be described as extemporaneous filmmaking.
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