Remote Control

1992, 2 minutes; 16mm, Color, Drawn Animation

An artistic interpretation of the Persian Gulf War and the strong relationship of television as the filter of the information. The film’s graphic images are equaled by the resonant soundtrack, ending with the painful cries of a child.

Rose Bond, Remote Control, 1992


“The artist confronts the dilemma of being a recipient of the world’s first televised war.” —Howard Aaron, Northwest Film Center