Tower Bawher (2006)
A short by Theodore Ushev in the style of Russian constructivism. Simple geometric shapes cohere into machines, marching figures and towers which thrust themselves rhythmically across the screen. Music by Russian composer Goergy Sviridov propels frenetic piling into precarious structures, bound to collapse.
This movie along with hundreds of others is available from the National Film Board of Canada, Canada’s public producer and distributor. The NFB has an online Screening Room offering free streaming of documentary and animated films as well as interactive stories, all of which explore the world we live in from a Canadian point of view.
– Schuster Gindin