Heat and Sunlight
DIRECTOR: ROB NILSSON
CAST: ROB NILSSON, CONSUELA FAUST
Rob Nilsson in person for Q&A following the screening
Mel Hurley, a photographer during the last violent days of the Biafran War, is overcome with jealousy over a suspected affair his lover and model may be having. Obsessed by erotic images of her clashing with the photographs of war and starving children covering his studio wall, he begins to spin out of control. One of the first films created in Nilsson’s Direct Action improvisational style and a Sundance Grand Prize winner, shot on black-and-white video and distributed on 35mm.