From: programming (email suppressed)
Date: Fri May 18 2007 - 09:21:24 PDT
Are you considering un-realized scripts? If so, then Joseph Cornell.
Also, Yoko Ono (see Scott MacDonald's book - Screen Writings I think - Sorry
Scott if that's the wrong title!!).
What about "films" that only exist as a soundtrack? There is Maurice
Lamaitre's film (again, not sure of the title but Pip can chime in on this)
Song of Rio Jim.
-- Patrick Friel Program Director Chicago Filmmakers 5243 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60640 (773) 293-1447 phone On 5/18/07 10:37 AM, "Michael Betancourt" <email suppressed> wrote: > I'm doing some research into "films" that exist only as sets of instructions > or declarations (nothing to actually watch) that belong to the same > history/tradition/whatever you want to call it as conceptual art and the new > music (such as La Monte Young's instruction pieces). I know of a number of > things that border on this type of work, but still have a physical component. > > I have a copy of "This Book is a Movie" from the 70s > > Things like "Total Static Takeover" (Scott Arford ) are also of interest. > > > Michael Betancourt > Sioux City, IA USA > > www.michaelbetancourt.com <http://www.michaelbetancourt.com> > www.cinegraphic.net <http://www.cinegraphic.net> > the avant-garde film & video blog > > __________________________________________________________________ For info on > FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>. > > > __________________________________________________________________ For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.