Atlanta filmmaker Milford Thomas' CLAIRE is a 53-minute black and white silent film shot on an antique hand-crank 35mm (Mitchell Standard) camera. The film toured internationally, opening festivals in Milan, Brussels, Montreal and the U.S., always accompanied by the "Orchestra de Lune," a live 11-piece chamber orchestra performing an original score by composer / conductor Anne Richardson.
CLAIRE is loosely based on the ancient Japanese fable “Kaguyahime.” Thomas’ version tells the story of an elderly male couple in the rural 1920s South (JIM FERGUSON and MISH P. DeLIGHT) that find a girl from the moon (Toniet Gallego) and raise her as their own.
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