The Children Were Watching 1961

A harrowing portrait of the struggle for school desegregation in New Orleans against the violent protests of white parents.

Watching for the Queen 1973

Watching for the Queen continued Rimmer's investigations of minimal narrative and the anonymous/autonomous shot. Pattern recognition, saccadic eye movement and feature rings are well known phenomena in the behavioral sciences. However, in Watching for the Queen, Rimmer has succeeded in employing these mechanisms in the telling of a story, by employing mathematical ordering in an aesthetic manner.