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  • Wolfgang Lehmann - Dragonflies With Birds And Snake (2012)

    “Weaving together short, colorful bursts of zoological and educational footage of insects, birds, and amphibians, Wolfgang Lehmann's feature-length film DRAGONFLIES WITH BIRDS AND SNAKE details the life cycle of a dragonfly and that species' relationship with its (...) No individual segment is long enough to fully interrupt our perception of apparent motion however, so we in effect watch three sequences at once, with Lehmann massaging in new footage to replace older sequences. The film borders on overwhelming, but Lehmann holds interest through a rigorous yet clever editing principle that allows for the subtleties of shifting tempos and images to constantly surprise the viewer.

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    Promedio: 3.6 (7 votos)

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  • Esther Urlus - Deep red (2012)

    Dense, addictive, multi-pass, colour printing with trees shorn of their leaves transformed into thirty six layer deep technicolour.

    Deep Red is an investigation into additive colour mixing on film. Handmade by a d-i-y silkscreen printing technique. Starting point are on black and white hi-con filmed trees shorn of their leaves. As if they're the reminiscent of branches seen flashing past in the night from the back seat of a car. Transformed into thirty six layer deep technicolour.

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    Promedio: 3.1 (7 votos)

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  • Michele Smith - Regarding Penelope's Wake (2002)

    A two-hour film consisting of heavily edited frame by frame collage/montage/hand painted/ripped/cut/etched found footage culled from numerous sources, including a 1970's public speaking instructional film, 'Themes From The Odyssey', 8mm stag films, 'Self Protection For Women', a biography of Vincent Van Gogh, ethnographic documentaries, science films, home movies, 'The Frog Prince', a film about underwater sound, and many other assorted educational films. 

    Through the use of juxtaposition of images (which may by nature become narrative and/or symbolic), rapid movement of form and texture, and repetition of motifs, an intricate visual structure is created which allows the viewers to experience and create their own unique readings. The film is silent, which allows one to follow the rhythm of the edits and movements of form and color within the frame without audio distraction against the complex visual structure.

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    Promedio: 4.5 (2 votos)

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  • Bill Brand - Moment (1972)

    A view of a gas station is seen from inside, behind a multi-paneled tire ad display. In a 2 1/2 minute sequence, a simple series of ordinary gas station events is seen intermittently through the opening display. This sequence is then divided and rearranged 7 times in reverse order. Each time the divisions are greater in number (smaller in size) until finally the film appears to move smoothly backwards, divided by a single frame. The inspiration for the film as well as the title is derived from information theory where a 'moment' is defined as the shortest duration at which no distinction can be made between units of information. This work is a demonstration and exploration of the line between human information and machine information. It dynamically reveals film's basic unit, the frame.

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    Promedio: 2 (3 votos)

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  • Eva Kolcze - Markings 1-3 (2011)

    An tactile journey in three parts.

    Markings 1-3 is an attempt to connect with nature through the surface of celluloid, using such techniques as tinting, toning, painting and scratching. This film was shot and hand processed at the Independent Imaging Retreat (The Film Farm) in Mount Forest Ontario.

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    Promedio: 5 (6 votos)

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  • Saul Levine - Later, Later Dutch Master Later (1986-91)

    The title says it. 
    "A film in the old style." -- Bill Brand

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    Promedio: 3 (1 voto)

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  • Dan Browne - memento mori (2012)

    A meditation on (im)mortality, mediated by a lifetime of images.

    "A man sets out to draw the world. As the years go by, he peoples a space with images of provinces, kingdoms, mountains, bays, ships, islands, fishes, rooms, instruments, stars, horses, and individuals. A short time before he dies, he discovers that the patient labyrinth of lines traces the lineaments of his own face." - J.L. Borges

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    Promedio: 4.4 (5 votos)

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  • Philip Hoffman - What these ashes wanted (2001)

    “In the documentary film What these ashes wanted Hoffman arranges the jagged bits of life he shared with writer Marian McMahon. Her early death in 1996 provoked this essay on mortality. Hoffman’s goal: “to illuminate the conditions of her death… the mystery of her life and the reason why, at the instant of her passage, I felt peace with her leaving… a feeling I no longer hold.” Using painterly swatches of sunflowers, hand-processed film, found sound recordings, the “antiseptic fictions” of doctors and other mortal icons, Hoffman takes us on journeys to London, Helsinki and Egypt. Pondering morbidity in its many forms, Hoffman discloses an early photographic assignment involving his deceased grand-father, a failed suicide, and his own personal numerology of death centering on the number seventeen. Through these and other memories, he develops a soul-searching vocabulary of love for one whose journey continues into the beyond. ‘If you had to make up your own ritual for death, what would it be? Would it be private or shared?’ asked his partner, Marian. Hoffman’s answer is this beautiful document. (San Francisco International Festival Catalogue, 2002)

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  • Mónica Baptista - Diário (2011)

    This film was made with series of images, over 4000, all them integrate a photographic recording that I have been carrying out for the past three years. Without any initial purpose that would circumscribe all these images, this photo diary drifts and accompanies many different circumstances, trips, places and people.

    The editing of the film shown here does not resort to any major tricks: no image cutting was carried out - the photos are all here, in chronological sequence - frame speed was manipulated in a 35mm editing table where the mechanic and physical gesture can create a suspension of frame in time, interspersed with other moments in which the progression of the film takes on a syncopate rhythm.

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  • Lee Hangjun & Hong Chulki - Cracked Share (2008)

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    Promedio: 4 (1 voto)

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