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Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon and the truth.

"Persistence of Vision" is a definitive cameo of contemporary New York artist/filmmaker Donna Cameron  webassets/businesscardportrait.jpg

through the lens of her son, the Producer/Director Andy C. Sloan. On the occasion of Cameron's recent retrospective at the Kimmel Center

at New York University, Sloan and his cinematographer Trent Musho recorded Cameron, the exhibit, its excellent environs and special visitors.

Here, voicing ideas about Cameron and the cultural contributions of her life and art are noted colleagues: artists, curators and friends. 


Distributed by The Museum of Modern Art Circulating Film Library. ©2017 Haddon Productions ©2017 papercam films all rights reserved




“Donna, here, has invented her own film stock. When you can't afford Kodak's inflated prices,
what could be more obnoxious than coming up with your own filmstock? This is terrific!"
George Kuchar, Legendary Independent Filmmaker

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“Donna Cameron is a most significant presence in international non-narrative cinema, in poetic meditative cinema,
in American avant-garde cinema, in New York independent cinema, and a pioneer in camera less and expanded cinema.”
Laurence Kardish, Senior Curator Emeritus, Dept. of Film, Museum of Modern Art