Peripheral Produce’s All-Time Greatest Hits

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Peripheral Produce started as an iddy-biddy screening series in Portland Oregon in 1996, and soon after added a videotape distribution wing into the mix. Now it presents a collection of the best and brightest short films and videos from Peripheral Produce’s history.

Peripheral Produce started as an iddy-biddy screening series in Portland Oregon in 1996, and soon after added a videotape distribution wing into the mix. 7 years and a whole lot of videotape later we have finally reached double digits with OUR 10TH VIDEO RELEASE! and to crown the achievement it only seemed fitting to couple it with a GIANT LEAP TO DVD! with so much drama their seemed to be no choice but to put on our best dancing shoes and present a collection of the best and brightest short films and videos from Peripheral Produce’s history.

Getting Stronger Everyday directed by Miranda July
United States, 2001, Video, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:07:00
still photo from the film
Removed directed by Naomi Uman
United States, Experimental, 1999, 16mm, Color, 00:07:00
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Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, The directed by Matt McCormick
United States, Experimental, 2001, 16mm, Color, 00:16:00
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Buffalo Common directed by Bill Brown
United States, Experimental, 2001, 16mm, 00:23:00
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Stuffing directed by Animal Charm
United States, Experimental, 1998, Video, 00:05:00
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Election Collectibles directed by Bryan Boyce
United States, Experimental, 2000, Video, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:04:00
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Wustenspringmous directed by Jim Finn
United States, Experimental, 2001, Video, Color, Magnetic Stereo, 00:03:00
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Crowdog directed by Vanessa Renwick
United States, Experimental, 1998, Super-8mm, 00:08:00
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N Judah 5:30 directed by Sam Green
United States, Experimental, 2003, 16mm, 00:04:00
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Oona’s Veil directed by Bryan Frye
United States, Experimental, 2000, 16mm, 00:08:00
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Further Information:

Works from this collection have screened from the Sundance Film Festival to the Whitney Biennial, and is a representation of the some of the best experimental work that has been made in the last decade.

And to prove that we had some fun along the way, the DVD comes with special ‘behind the scenes’ bonus footage from the 2001 Peripheral Produce Invitational: The 2001 Experimental Cinema World Championship....this highlight reel features interviews, movie clips, and performances from The Peripheral Produce 2001 Invitational; an annual ‘competitive’ film event in Portland. The 2001 bout included The Distance Formula, Vanessa Renwick, Miranda July, Bryan Boyce, Melinda Stone, Kate Haug, Craig Baldwin, Bill Daniel, Animal Charm, and many other artists.

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Price: 

24.95 USD

Publisher: 

Label: 

Peripheral Produce

Publishing date: 

Monday, January 1, 2001

Runtime: 

90

Discs: 

1

Language: 

English

Subtitles: 

Region: 

Multizone

Video: 

NTSC

Aspect ratio: 

4:3

Colour: 

Colour & B&W

Sound: 

DD2.0