Re: Caldini & Ponger

From: Steve Polta (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 22 2008 - 12:07:03 PDT

In 1994, San Francisco Cinematheque and SixPack Film produced a touring series titled AUSTRIAN AVANT-GARDE CINEMA: 1955–1993. This was accompanied by a monograph of the same title which features about 1 page and a half on Ponger, including a statement on SEMIOTIC GHOSTS (1990-1991). I'm sorry to say that this book is out of print and there are none available for purchase. It was circulated fairly widely, so it might be in libraries or some other institution.

Does this help? Hope it does a little...

Steve Polta
San Francisco Cinematheque

--- On Wed, 10/22/08, Esperanza Collado <email suppressed> wrote:

> From: Esperanza Collado <email suppressed>
> Subject: Caldini & Ponger
> To: email suppressed
> Date: Wednesday, October 22, 2008, 11:33 AM
> Dear all,
> Could anyone help me in finding written material about the
> work of Claudio
> Caldini and Lisl Ponger?
> And if they are in the list, could you please contact me?
> -
> If any of you are in Dublin this weekend, you may like to
> come to the
> various experimental cinema events we are organizing at the
> DEAF festival,
> with some works by Oriol Sánchez, Lluis Escartín,
> Patrick Danse, Hugo
> Cornelles, etc. and at the EXPERIMENTAL FILM CLUB, in which
> we are
> presenting a cracking programme of dance films entitled
> featuring classics from Maya Deren and Yvonne Rainer
> alongside rarely seen
> films by Morleigh Steinberg, James Hosty and John Porter.
> Both John and
> James will be present to talk about their films. John will
> be screening his
> original Super 8 films in his own unique performative
> manner.
> Many thanks!
> -----------------Esperanza Collado
> __________________________________________________________________
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