From: Fred Camper (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Mar 25 2007 - 11:24:05 PDT
In Christopher Maclaine's "The Man Who Invented Gold," the protagonist
is played by three different actors, including Maclaine, because his
performers kept quitting.
Brakhage's "The Riddle of Lumen" is made of "out takes" from many
earlier films. His "Gift" is a found film, some kind of lab mistake or
decaying artifact that was delivered to him by chance but that he felt
so matched his own aesthetic that he signed it. It's very good.
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