A glance into the remains of the drive-in movie theater, Ozoners is a visual essay documenting the last summer that drive-ins in the Southern United States utilized film prints as a format for projecting on the screen. Equal parts poetic recollection and collage of an American pastime in retrograde, the film is a careful study in the process of neglect.

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Director: Jean-Jacques Martinod and Kyle Bell

Country: USA

Year: 2015

Running Time: 19 minutes

Rating: MT



Genres: Documentary, North Carolina Films, Short

Program/Section: Shorts




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