Peggy Ahwesh (b. 1954)
Nocturne (1998)
1998, 30 min, b&w, sound, 16 mm film on video

Nocturne, writes Ahwesh, is "a psychological horror film built on the conflicts of a woman tortured by the ambiguity between reality and illusion, dream and desire."

With: Anne Kugler, Bradley Eros, Karen Sullivan. Camera: Peggy Ahwesh, Robert Fenz. Crew: Julie Murray, Cindy Kleine, Luke Sieczek. Audio Enhancement: Bradley Eros. Thanks: Taylor Davis, Cecilia Dougherty, Tamela Sloan, Robert Fenz, Su Friedrich, Babara Ess, Keith Sanborn, Steve Anker. Support from the Guggenheim Foundation.

With: Martina Torr -- EAI

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