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  • Emotional Materials/Personal Processes - Six Interviews with Experimental Filmmakers

    “This handful of interviews originated at A Coruña’s (S8) Mostra de Cinema Periférico.

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  • Destellos de belleza

    Destellos de belleza ofrece una suerte de revisión caleidoscópica de la biografía de Jonas Mekas en la que el cineasta y poeta lituano elige contarse a sí mismo mediante fragmentos de vidas ajenas. En estas páginas, las anécdotas y registros cotidianos del autor conviven de manera natural con los recuerdos de sus amigas y amigos diseminados por el planeta sin temor al desorden cronológico o la desconexión estilística, consciente de que la imposibilidad de organizar una existencia sea tal vez la mayor de sus virtudes.

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    2500 ARS

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  • Hollis Frampton (October Files 27)

    The first collection of critical writing on the work of experimental filmmaker Hollis Frampton. Hollis Frampton (1936–1984) was one of the most important experimental filmmakers and theorists of his time, and in his navigation of artistic media and discourses, he anticipated the multimedia boundary blurring of today’s visual culture. Indeed, his photography continues to be exhibited, and a digital edition of his films was issued by the Criterion Collection. This book offers the first collection of critical writings on Frampton’s work.

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  • Feminist Worldmaking and the Moving Image

    This book offers intersectional, intergenerational, and international perspectives on nonfiction film- and videomaking by and about women, examining practices that range from activist documentaries to avant-garde experiments. Concentrating primarily on the period between the 1970s and 1990s, the contributions revisit major figures, contexts, and debates across a polycentric, global geography. They explore how the moving image has been a crucial terrain of feminist struggle—a way of not only picturing the world but remaking it.

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    34 EUR

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  • Jonas Mekas: Diaries, Notes & Sketches Vol. 1-8 (DVD)

    This boxset brings together the “diary films” of Jonas Mekas (1922-2019). Mekas perfected a poetic, personal technique of filming his daily life in short bursts, with no plan or script, as one would write when taking notes or keeping a diary.

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  • Jonas Mekas: Diaries, Notes & Sketches Vol. 1-8 (Blu-ray)

    This boxset brings together the “diary films” of Jonas Mekas (1922-2019). Mekas perfected a poetic, personal technique of filming his daily life in short bursts, with no plan or script, as one would write when taking notes or keeping a diary.

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    99 EUR

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  • Landscape and the Moving Image

    New exploration of how the moving image mediates our relationship to and understanding of landscapes. The focus is on artists’ film and video and draws on work from the 1970s to the present day. An informed, personal view from a high profile author considering if appreciation of nature’s aesthetics undermines commitment to ecology.

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    Paperback - 28 GBP
    Hardback - 95 GBP
    Ebook - 24 GBP

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  • Gravity Spells II: Bay Area New Music & Expanded Cinema Art

    Bimodal Press is excited to present Gravity Spells II: Bay Area New Music and Expanded Cinema Art, a combined publication release and performance series featuring over 30 Bay Area musicians, sound artists, filmmakers and writers.

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  • Bcubico's book

    In activity in Recife between 2011 and 2015, the Bcubico was configured as an important field of exhibition and sharing of different contemporary art forms, also interested for the image in movement related to the experimental cinema, videoart and other expressions.

    “This book is a echo manifest of the dynamics of space as a field of experience, but also a place of excellence of presentations through texts, testimonials, stories, and photos” as Barrus points out.

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  • The Afterimage Reader

    The independent British film journal Afterimage published thirteen issues between 1970 and 1987. International in scope, it surveyed the many forms of radical cinema during an extraordinary period of film history. Having emerged in the wake of post-1968 cultural and political change, Afterimage charted contemporary developments with special issues on themes such as the avant-garde, Latin American cinema and visionary animation, and also looked back at early film pioneers.

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