From: Steve Polta (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Jan 27 2006 - 18:46:42 PST
I don't know anything about what actually screened at
this event but I'm almost certain that Paul Sharits'
PEACE MANDALA END WAR (does this have a "/" I'm
omitting?) was made for this program but was *not*
included--wasn't done in time or something...
--- Adrian Tagmenveca <email suppressed> wrote:
> I read something about this film in the first
> issue of Millennium Film Journal, mentioned in the
> Ken Jacobs interview (I read this interview recently
> � that�s why it�s on my mind), and I just have
> basic questions about it � I figured someone might
> know something about it since it�s getting shown
> the Anthology at the end of February:
> What�s the name of the Jonas Mekas film in it
> (Jacobs describes it as a close up scanning of the
> preamble to the Constitution)?
> What Brakhage film is part of it?
> In the interview, Jacobs had a pretty disparaging
> view of most of these films � saying something
> most were made by ad-men that were making weekend
> films to atone for their weekday sins. Are all the
> original films included from the program? And does
> anyone have a differing opinion of those films
> Jacobs is talking about (I assume he didn�t mean
> include the ones by Hillary Harris, Breer, Snow,
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