Well, Experiments in Cinema v7.9 just wrapped up, it’s been a long and exhausting week and I wasn’t even an organizer less one of the assistants that was going to school concurrently! It was a pretty fantastic presentation and I’ll have some thoughts posted tomorrow (here, because unfortunately the Subvex blog is deactivated, but I’m thinking it’s about time to open my own film blog I’m just trying to think of a method of focusing it so that it’s not like every other).
Greg, you mentioned a second piece that was featured at both festivals. I only ended up missing one night of showings so it may have been in those blocks, or I simply didn’t recognize it… what was the second piece, if you recall?
Open your own blog, DiB — looking forward to that!
Also sorry to hear about the Subvex one being deactivated…
It was the film “Stochastics”. I forgot the name of the director or the country of production.
The Forgotten Film Gallery on vimeo.
One of the films featured on the channel above, a different kind of documentary, that comes in with questions, and leaves without answers:
Here is an example of my own approach to experimental film:
I welcome any comments, critiques, throan food, etc.
REFLUX at Youtube.
Submissions are open for Experiments in Cinema 8.53 . Send in stuff if you have it and pass along to anybody you know who would be interested!
Video documentation of a projection installation I helped organize and run to represent Basement Films for the Underground Symposium of Electronic Art (USEA) 2012 at the Tan Gallery