Buffer Zone Blues
HD film, 5.1ch sound | 8 min | 2018
In the 1950s, the United States created a list of over 1,100 nuclear targets in the Eastern Bloc. This film visualizes them in hypnotic fragments of satellite imagery, along with an essay on being at mercy of automated systems.
The visuals are created by Google Maps API and complex compositing in Nuke.
Cast & Crew
Franz Milec / editing, effects, animation, sound design
Marting Blauber / sound mix
Ian Mikyska / voiceover
Fest Anča 2019 / Žilina, Slovakia
Images Festiva 2019 / Toronto, Canada
Imagine Science Film Festival 2018 / New York City, USA
Ji.hlava International Documentary Festival 2018 / Jihlava, Czechia
1x HD projector or large HD TV screen
1x 5.1 sound system with SPDIF input
1x media player with HDMI and SPDIF output