or the last twelve years, Bill Kremer has hosted a week-long kiln firing on a property just outside of Cassopolis, MI. There gathers an ad hoc community of fine arts students, educators, and ceramics aficionados who work in shifts throughout the nights, feeding fuel into the massive wood-fire kiln. "A Kiln Film" is an impressionistic account of this process. It records the people who feed the flames, the clay turned into glass by the heat, and sumptuously photographs Kremer's own "ideal forms," his sensual earthen sculptures.