From: Jorge Amaro (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Sep 05 2007 - 07:52:20 PDT
You might have to pray, to watch Fabre's Amor Pedestre, i'm not aware
of it ever being released on home video, I think it was screened in a
couple of italian film festivals, Torino maybe... but then again I
might be wrong, but I guess that only some european cinematheques have
it, like maybe the italian and french one, and they dont borrow... For
individuals at least. I think it might be simpler to watch the
surviving fragments of Anton Giulio Bragaglia 1916 Tha´s. One of the
few surviving futurist films.
On 04/09/07, D. Mark Andrews <email suppressed> wrote:
> Newbie to film making and am having some difficulty with a couple of issues.
> Perhaps someone here can help:
> 1. Searching for an early film, Amor Pedestre (1914), Marcel Fabre. Anyone
> know whether this film is included in a DVD compilation or where I might
> borrow a copy? I must view this film, I must!
> 2. Any recommendations on books discussing the technical side of media/video
> installations. For example, would like to figure out how to set up a
> two-channel and three-channel video installation.
> Books and articles on film theory seem to abound, but the technical stuff
> seems more elusive. BTW, regarding film theory, someone here recommended a
> great into book to avant-garde film, _Avant-Garde Film: Forms, Themes, and
> Passions_ by Michael O'Pray which has proven to be an excellent introduction
> to avant-garde film for this newbie.
> Many thanks in advance for your assistance.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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