Re: Moving the Image

From: gyoungblood (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jan 20 2007 - 06:50:06 PST

Point well taken, Chuck. Carolyn Leaf and Sara Petty are of course US. I would love to see more non-American work.
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  From: Chuck Kleinhans
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  Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 7:43 AM
  Subject: Re: [FRAMEWORKS] Moving the Image

  One rather obvious reason the animators Gene mentions are probably not being shown is that they are US makers (or with Nelson someone who has done much work in the US) and they probably do not have prints readily available in the UK. This raises an important cross-national question about the "canon" of work. Most US folks interested in experimental film have seen very little work from the UK, from Latin America, from Germany and Austria, Japan, and so forth (even Canada). Those works which are known and easily available in the US tend to be from people who lived in, worked in, or frequently visited the US, such as Kubelka, Michael Snow, etc. To turn the tables, how many of the works being shown at Hull are easily available for a US program or classroom?


  On Jan 20, 2007, at 5:39 AM, gyoungblood wrote:

    I happen to be obsessed with animation at the moment, and while your program is admirable and welcome, it leaves me wondering why so many visionary women animators are not included -- Suzan Pitt, Martha Colburn, Gunvor Nelson, Joanna Priestly to name but a few (there are scores more; I'm doing this spontaneously with no time to think about it). Not to criticize your project so much as to encourage a more comprehensive survey. The future of the moving image, after all, is animation and appropriation.
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      From: Rob Gawthrop
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      Sent: Saturday, January 20, 2007 5:56 AM
      Subject: [FRAMEWORKS] Moving the Image

      Moving the Image - a programme of short animated films by women from the 1950ís to the present day.
      Presented by the Women, Arts and Media Project, Hull Film and Hull Screen.

      Where: Hull Screen | University of Lincoln | George Street | Hull | HU1 3BW
      When: Friday 26th January 2007 at 2pm and 7.30pm
      Entry: £3.50/£3.00 concessions. Available from Hull Screen

  __________________________________________________________________ For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.

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