Experimental 16mm on Video 11:00 2005
³A celebration of audience participation. A simple structure guides you through the multiple levels upon which the viewer, the film and the filmmaker meet and ³interact². Created from found footage, television audio, vintage records, original digital stills, 16 mm and Super-8 footage, 101 stimulates the viewer with its humorous, tense, intriguing and
often confusing commands and games.² Lori Felker
Collective Simulated Synaesthesia
Documentary Video 7:00 2005
³Are you vibrating at an A sharp or a D flat? Learn how to sing your own tune through a new procedure that uses the body’s own frequencies to
recalibrate its internal rhythm.² Stephanie Rothenberg
Experimental Video 5:43 2005 Austria
³Clouds gather and rain begins to fall. Soundtrack and image merge in
an Œaudiovision² – Michel Chion, Six Pack Films
Our Fallen Spacemen
Documentary Video 7:00 2006
A profile of El-train poster artist ARD, who applies his ad copy
training to guerilla memorials to those who died on NASA space missions.
Experimental Video 8:55 2004 North Korea
An investigation of the moving image, its manipulation through video processing, and the ways in which these technologies can be made to represent the natural world. With his precise camera movements and hypnotic post-production techniques Cho questions the relationship of the viewer
to what he perceives.
Experimental Video 1:00 2006
The first animal in space, dreams of her future adventures (most of the
Caitlin Hulscher Experimental Video 5:26 2005 The Netherlands ³More powerful than the universe are the details of which it consists. We see an undefined space, reminiscent of the cosmos. In this universe the origins of life can be found. The voice-over leads us to an ‘out-of-body experience’, which enables us to zoom out from micro to macro level and
back.²- Caitlin Hulscher
Experimental 16mm on Video 8:25 2006
³A 3D film composed of hand painted images and constructed as a piece
of visual music.² Dana Anderson
The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3D
Mike Wilder Documentary Video 22:00 2006 The Carnivorous Syndrome in 3D explores the astounding lives of the carnivorous plants, in mind-bending 3D. Travel to the Venezuelan tepuis, African Savannahs, and the rainforests of Borneo, while learning about the mysterious plants that live there. Discover the beauty and complexity
of these fascinating creatures.
Featuring unprecedented close up 3D time lapse video shot by jasper, a
robot made of Lego ® bricks.
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