From: contact (email suppressed)
Date: Tue May 20 2008 - 18:02:26 PDT
for immediate release
The Journal of Short Film releases Volume 11 (Spring 2008), The
(May 20, 2008) The Journal of Short Film released Volume 11 (Spring
2008) today. Vol.11 is the long-awaited Portland Volume, featuring 24
filmmakers from Portland, Oregon. The JSF is a quarterly DVD that, to
date, has published over 120 filmmakers from 10 countries.
The Journal was thrilled to have Portland filmmaker Karl Lind serve as
guest editor for Vol.11. The collection maintains the JSF's normal
wild diversity while highlighting one of the most singular, lively art
scenes in the country. This is the Journal's first geographically
themed volume, and, through Lind's work and Portland's amazing depth
of talent, the result is impressive.
Following is a list of the films in Volume 11:
1.SPHERES Jeremy Bird (1:00) 2.TO WATCH IN PREPARATION OF THE DEEP
FALL Mack McFarland (1:30) 3.THE FOREST John Bacone (3:00) 4.COSMOS
Randy Wakerlin (4:30) 5.BLOBSQUATCH Carl Diehl (3:30) 6.SILENCE IN 60
SECONDS Andy Mingo (1:15) 7.STRATEGERY Jim Lowry (2:30) 8.PLANET
EARTH: OUR RESPONSE Arman Bohn (10:00) 9.LITTLE ATOMIC BOMB Adam Long
(2:00) 10.TO WATCH WHILE SMELLING SUMMER Mack McFarland (1:30)
11.DARKCLOUD Gretchen Hogue (1:00) 12.LE PUZZLE Uli Beutter (5:00)
13.FOREST OF THE FLOWERS Gretchen Hogue (2:00) 14.3 OUT OF 4 Stephen
Slappe (00:45) 15.STEVE WINWOOD IS HUNGRY FOR BREAKFAST Jesse England
(1:45) 16.TEST ANTHEM Michael Paulus (3:30) 17.50 YEARS LATER Matt
McCormick (3:00) 18.ROPPONGI CROSSING Brian Libby (3:00) 19.BEN: A
TRUE STORY Melanie Brown (4:00) 20.TWO Hart Ryan Noecker (4:45)
21.KEITH Evan Stroum (6:00) 22.VERTIGO CORE SAMPLE Ron Mason Gassaway
(3:00) 23.FURNESS Cat Tyc (6:00) 24.TO REMEMBER THAT OUR SKIES ARE THE
SAME SKIES Chris Lael Larson (2:30) 25.MAGIC HOSTESS, THE ELECTRIC CAN
OPENER Rob Tyler (4:00) 26.CIRCLE OF PURITY Liz Haley (2:00)
The Journal continues to have a free and open submissions process.
Submissions should be sent to The JSF, PO Box 8217, Columbus, OH
43201, USA. The Journal also remains ad-free and committed to
independent and underrepresented work.
Contact: Karl Mechem, publisher, The Journal of Short Film, contact
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.