"This holographic movie sequence deals with the subject of light, a familiar reference for holographic artists working in all processes of the medium. Interesting innovations were incorporated into the filming of this work, such as the use of pan and zoom techniques as well as optical overlaps and dissolves not previously applied to filming for holographic movies because of the difficulty in translating these essentially flat techniques to a dimensional medium" - The Museum of Holography, New York. ABOUT THE FILMMAKER: Alexis Krasilovsky's films, videos and holograms include End of the Art World, starring Andy Warhol and Robert Rauschenberg; Exile, filmed in Czechoslovakia before the fall of the Iron Curtain; Just Between Me & God, shown nationally on The Learning Channel's new series, "The Independents"; the hologram Childbirth Dream, exhibited in the Georges Pompidou Center (Paris); and the hologram Created and Consumed by Light, exhibited at the World Expo (Seoul), and the International Festival of Computer Graphics (Tokyo). After studying film history at Yale University, she received an MFA in Film/Video from California Institute of the Arts, and is currently Professor at California State University, Northridge, where she teaches film production, film studies and screenwriting. She is the author of Women Behind the Camera (Praeger: Westport, Connecticut, 1997 [see: amazon.com]. Some Women Writers Kill Themselves and Some Menhttp://www.greenwood.com/.