From: gregg biermann (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 23 2007 - 19:41:07 PDT
Hi Mark -- Gregg Biermann here.
I have to admit I haven't had much luck with you in the past but I'd like to
give it another shot. Try and give this work a careful look this time I'm
confident that you won't find much stronger video work out there.
The newer pieces are Hackensack Motet and Happy Again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Webber" <email suppressed>
To: <email suppressed>
Sent: Monday, April 23, 2007 10:34 AM
Subject: LONDON FILM FESTIVAL 2007, Call for Entries
> LONDON FILM FESTIVAL
> 17 October - 1 November 2007
> The London Film Festival is committed to incorporate a strong presence for
> avant-garde and artists' film & video in its programme. For several years,
> we have presented a concentrated selection of artists' work, with many of
> the makers attending screenings. This year's "avant-garde weekend" will
> place on 26-28 October 2007.
> I am very be interested to hear about any works completed in the last two
> years or currently in progress. If you are a film or video maker, please
> send tapes of recent works for preview and consideration. If no previews
> available then send details of the project. Please note that works will be
> shown in theatrical screenings. The festival is unable to present
> installations or gallery-based work.
> Official regulations require that works will receive their UK theatrical
> premiere in the Festival. Prior theatrical, UK Festivals, UK television
> screenings, UK dvd / video releases or internet transmission films from
> entry. To be eligible for screening in the festival, works must have been
> made within the last two years, or be archival restorations that have not
> yet shown in the UK.
> Further information on eligibility and regulations are on the LFF website
> Preview materials can be sent to the Festival office (clearly labelled for
> the attention of Mark Webber), or preferably sent directly to me. Please
> contact me for addresses, or if you would like additional information.
> Unsolicited submissions are welcomed and there are no application forms to
> Details of the 2006 programme can be found at :-
> With best wishes,
> Mark Webber
> Programme Advisor, The Times BFI 51st London Film Festival
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.