Miami Beach This Weekend (don't miss it)

From: TIE (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 25 2006 - 15:13:22 PDT

Hi Frameworkers,

Recycle, Reuse, Re-cinema:
As part of the Louis Wolfson II Florida Moving Image Archive's "Rewind/Fast Forward Film Festival" (July 28-30, 2006,, TIE curator, Christopher May, will be in Miami on Saturday evening, presenting an original program entitled, "Recycle, Reuse, Re-cinema: Found Footage in Art Cinema, 1950s-Present". The program is co-presented by

"The Influence of Ocular Light Perception on Metabolism in
Man and in Animal"
(Thomas Draschan, 16mm, Sound, 2005, 6 min.)

(Bruce Conner, 16mm, Sound, 1963-67, 15 min.)

"Science Friction"
(Stan Vanderbeek, 16mm, Sound, 1959, 9 min.)

"Metaphysical Education"
(Thad Povey, 16mm, Sound, 2002, 4 min.)

"On Your Own"
(Jim Otis, 16mm, Sound, 1981, 2 min.)

"Color of Love"
(Peggy Ahwesh, 16mm, Sound, 1994, 10 min.)

"Happy End"
(PeterTscherkassky, 35mm, Sound, 1996, 11 min.)

"Dichtung und Wahrheit"
(Peter Kubelka, 35mm, Silent, 2004, 13 min.)

On Sunday, a panel discussion brings together several Rewind/Fast Forward filmmakers and presenters in a forum designed to shed light on the methods (and sometimes the madness) that go into producing works utilizing archival images. Moderated by Kevin Wynn, the panel includes Christopher May, Andrew Lampert, Chad Tingle, Megan Williams.

Other programs this weekend at Rewind/Fast Forward include:
MELTING FILM AND MAKING GOLD: PRESERVED FILMS FROM ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVE (Andrew Lampert), AVANT ARCHIVE (Bill Morrison, Mark Boswell, Jay Rosenblatt), FUNNY GIRL, a new restored Technicolor print (William Wyler, Barbra Streisand), and COCAINE COWBOYS (Billy Corben).

TIE, The International Experimental Cinema Exposition
849 Humboldt Street, #2
Denver, CO 80218

Phone: 303.832.2387
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.