An Amtrak train pulls out of Penn Station in New York City on a cold, sunny February morning. The train moves forward as the landscape changes—the East Coast giving way to the Midwest. Passengers fill their roles, the snow begins to fall and the next train station is announced, all while the light continues shifting, bouncing, swelling and slouching into eventual darkness.

Through a unique premiere program facilitated by the online journal Lumière, Traveling LightGina Telaroli‘s wonderful 2011 film—is now available to watch until December 15th right here. In conjunction with the online stream, the movie is also being premiered around the world in the form of public screenings (information about such exhibitions, and how you can organize one yourself, is available here).

For even more, check out the fantastic set of “Supplements” provided by Telaroli to go along with—and contextually compliment—the film, as well as this invaluable interview with the director.