Udow composed the music for the film: “dancing hands: Visual Arts of Rita Blitt." Blitt’s yearning to encourage everyone to let their hands dance on paper led to the making of this film. It includes 20 years of Blitt’s creative practice, resulting in spontaneous drawings, paintings and monumental sculpture.
Blitt painted a series of works inspired by Dr. Udow's album, "Over the Moon." Several of her paintings were featured in the booklet within the album.
Dr. Udow proposed a collaborative film idea to Rita, which she enthusiastically embraced. Udow would send photographic images taken in the United States and China of what he found to be interesting rock outcroppings and old growth trees. Rita, in turn, would respond by selecting existing work from her portfolio and/or creating new works with the idea that any of my photographs could be, but not necessarily used in some juxtaposed way. Udow would then compose music for the film. The result is a 25-minute film, Abyss of Time. The film score, recorded in Beijing, is composed for a chamber orchestra of Chinese musical instruments and six percussionists.