Directed by Kurt Walker • 2014 • 72′
with Tyson Storozinski, Neil Bahadur, Nathan Giede
“A humanist road movie dressed in the pixelated grains of early archival digital images, Kurt Walker’s Hit 2 Pass is a pensive, circular journey into a remote corner of Canada and the iconography of videogames.” – Film Comment
Two circles move in not-quite unison; a camera tracks a car which, later, tracks a track, all forced contact and slow speed, velocity crying out for inertia like friendship, a time apart in the digital flow of perpetual motion. An experiential document of filmmaking-as-process-of-discovery embedded within an experimental documentary about a demolition-derby-slash-auto-race in northern British Columbia.