One of Jules Engel's works on the Visual Music 1946-1986 DVD from the Center for Visual Music.
Mobiles works with regulated frame movements becoming increasingly more unpredictable : a controllable, closed space, in which more random and unrestrained movement are distributed. This device allows forms to be deployed by the movement, but is still untapped by narrative film: contracting and leaking spaces, crushed signs, decomposition of movements by other movements, dripping and corpuscular choreography. Mobiles is the result of a continuous tension between abstraction and reality. The same goes for the relationship between sound and image, which echo one another.
'Salala Mobiles' is an eternal love story between a mobile shop owner and a girl who is a regular customer at the shop. 'Salala Mobiles' is a simple story rendered straight with a tinge of humor and social satire.
A girl is completely addicted to her smartphone. She spends her time texting... But a mysterious correspondent declares his love by message and plays hide and seek with her, gradually destroying her psyche
Shannon Hughes has taken on a charity project renovating a grand old Victorian mansion. When a local banker is found murdered inside, Shannon must dust off the clues and cement the truth before her renovation becomes a demolition.