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The Tailor of Autumn is the second of five slow cinema feature films shot between 2006-2015 in Germany, England and Australia.
After visiting the German medieval church of St Michael's in Schwabisch Hall, Australian director Shaun Wilson recreated 51 characters found in the displayed religious paintings into other places of historical note with actors, friends and other film makers playing out an idea of creating a 'memory' of each painting through video.
There are no words spoken, only moving paintings and is meant to be experienced, not understood.
This experimental, non-narrative film plays out the notions of slowness as a means of cinematic device by exploring the poetic links between memory, art and time.