From: Fred Davidson (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Oct 16 2008 - 07:24:49 PDT
That's a good point. Thanks for sharing. Thanks for sharing that
story with us.
In answer to Santi Vernetti on a note admittedly not film
related I might add that if only you could learn to play the guitar
you could learn to play the blues. Once done you could learn to play
the blues in a blues band. And if that doesn't work and if you are
really stuck I suppose there's always the steam laundry!
That's what Lightnin' Slim* did. Lightnin' Slim worked for the
steam laundry. The steam was hard on his hands. Lightnin' Slim didn't
have much in the way of luck though. If it wasn't for bad luck he
wouldn't have had no luck at all. You'll have better luck than him. I
just know it.
* "Blow your harmonica, son."
On Oct 16, 2008, at 6:53 AM, Chuck Kleinhans wrote:
> On Oct 15, 2008, at 1:36 PM, Santiago Vernetti wrote:
>> Does anyone have any suggestion/leads/contacts for a film and video
>> artist searching for a job related to those passions?
> A few years ago the IFC (or was it Sundance?) cable TV channel had a
> series introducing experimental film mixing short films with
> interviews. Stan Brakhage observed that his first advice to
> students who wanted to become experimental filmmakers was to train
> in a good reliable profession like being a plumber. Then you'd be
> able to support yourself and your passion.
> CHUCK KLEINHANS
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
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