From: Nicholas Hamlyn (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2007 - 00:23:27 PDT
A few years ago English National Opera did a production of Prokiev's
opera The Love of Three Oranges, designed by the Quay brothers, at
which audience members were issued with scratch 'n' sniff cards. One of
the smells was farts. Best thing the Quays ever did, seriously!
On 23 Apr 2007, at 06:51, Jack Sargeant wrote:
> this is such a great idea......imagining all the movies that should
> have had a smell-o-vision format...!
> although not a movie there was a not-very-good punk band called the
> Anti Nowhere League who back in the early 80s released a record in a
> gold cover that when you scratched it smelled of shit, I never owned
> this record, but a kid brought it into school if memory serves....
> happy days
> On 23 Apr 2007, at 08:10, Casey Pegram wrote:
>> Although I think it was more the distributor's choice than Terrence
>> Malick's, The New World was reportedly released in smell-o-vision
>> format in Japan.
>> On Apr 22, 2007, at 1:13 PM, Joel Schlemowitz wrote:
>>> Beyond John Waters' odorama which spoofed the smell-o-vision film
>>> "Scent of Mystery" can people tell me of filmmakers who have made
>>> use of smell in presentation of their work?
>>> Joel Schlemowitz
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>> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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