Jazzflections is a sound and color blending film by Leon Paquette of Lynn, Mass. It's 2½ minutes of experimenting in how music looks color-wise and shape-wise. It's short enough to be entertaining and yet long enough to let you know how some other guy feels about the sound of music," PSA Journal, Mar. 1970, 44.
Was entered into the 1972 Canadian International Amateur Film Festival but did not win any prizes.
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