From: Jonathan Walley (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Oct 15 2007 - 13:23:42 PDT
I can't recommend this program enough. I saw it at Anthology a few
years ago - came out with a completely different view of 60s-70s
British avant-garde film than I went in with. I would love to see it
tour the U.S. It would start a much needed new wave of scholarship on
Granville, Ohio 43023
On Oct 15, 2007, at 4:07 PM, ADAM ABRAMS wrote:
> Is this program touring around the states? Can you mix and match?
> We've shown a number of these films from the new york co-op. Any info
> would be appreciated.
> jefferson presents...
> > Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 12:07:03 -0700
> > From: email suppressed
> > Subject: Cinema Project Presents -- Shoot Shoot Shoot
> > To: email suppressed
> > Hello Frameworkers,
> > We wanted to remind you all about a very important upcoming
> screening this Tuesday October 16th and Wednesday October 17th. Cinema
> Project will be having the North American Premiere of Shoot Shoot
> Shoot -- a selection of 16mm films from the London Filmmakers
> Co-Operative circa 1960's--1970's. This program was curated by Mark
> Webber and distributed by LUX UK [see description below]. It is a rare
> chance to see groundbreaking work by filmmakers including John Smith,
> Malcom Le Grice, and Guy Sherwin among many others.
> > We know the days are getting shorter and the rains are on the way,
> but resist the urge to hibernate and join us!
> > Much Love,
> > Cinema Project
> > Autumn Campbell & Jeremy Rossen
> > October 16 + 17 2007
> > New American Art Union [922 SE Ankeny]
> > Portland Oregon USA
> > 7:30pm
> > www.cinemaproject.org
> > The 1960s and 1970s were groundbreaking decades in which independent
> filmmakers challenged cinematic convention. In England, much of the
> innovation took place at the London Film-Makers' Co-operative, an
> artist-led organization that enabled filmmakers to control every
> aspect of the creative process. LFMC members conducted an
> investigation of celluloid that echoed contemporary developments in
> painting and sculpture. During this same period, British filmmakers
> also made significant innovations in the field of "expanded cinema",
> creating multi-screen projections, film environments and live
> performance pieces.
> > The physical production of a film (its printing and processing)
> became integral to its form and content as Malcolm Le Grice, Lis
> Rhodes, Peter Gidal and others explored the material and mechanics of
> cinema, making radical new works that contributed to a new visual
> language. The London Film-Makers' Co-operative, established in 1966,
> grew from a film society at the heart of London’s sixties
> counterculture to become Europe's largest distributor of experimental
> cinema and was recognized internationally as a major centre for
> avant-garde film.
> > October 16
> > Slides by Annabel Nicolson [1970, 16mm, color, silent, 11 min]
> > At the Academy by Guy Sherwin [1974, 16mm, b&w, sound, 5 min]
> > Shepherd's Bush by Mike Leggett [1971, 16mm, b&w, sound, 15 min]
> > Film No. 1 by David Crosswaite [1971, 16mm, color, sound, 10 min]
> > Dresden Dynamo by Lis Rhodes [1971, 16mm, color, sound, 5 min]
> > Versailles I & II by Chris Garratt [1976, 16mm, b&w, sound, 11 min]
> > Silver Surfer by Mike Dunford [1972, 16mm, b&w, sound, 15 min]
> > Footsteps by Marilyn Halford [1974, 16mm, b&w, sound, 6 min]
> > October 17
> > Threshold by Malcolm Le Grice [1972, 16mm color, sound, 10 min]
> > Seven Days by Chris Welsby [1974, 16mm, color, sound, 20 min]
> > Key by Peter Gidal, [1968, 16mm, color, sound, 10 min]
> > Moment by Stephen Dwoskin [1968, 16mm, color, sound, 12 min]
> > Deck by Gill Eatherley [1971, 16mm, color, sound, 13 min]
> > Colours of this Time by William Raban [1972, 16mm, color, silent, 3
> > Associations by John Smith [1975, 16mm, color, sound, 7 min]
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