AW: Advice cinema of war

From: madeleine bernstorff (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jan 03 2009 - 14:32:03 PST

Sean Snyder's CASIO, SEIKO, SHERATON, TOYOTA, MARS (2004/2005)
deals with Iraq war.

John Smith's FROZEN WAR with the beginning of bombarding afghanistan.

Jill Godmillow's WHAT FAROCKI TAUGHT hasn't lost it's urgency...

And maybe less obvious:
Judith Hopf, Stephan Geene: BEI MIR ZU DIR (low dunkel)...

Greetings from Berlin

> Von: Meredith Drum <email suppressed>
> Antworten an: Experimental Film Discussion List <email suppressed>
> Datum: Sat, 3 Jan 2009 17:08:48 -0500
> An: <email suppressed>
> Betreff: Advice cinema of war
> Hi Frameworks List,
> I am looking for advice regarding a cinema program I am putting
> together on the subject of the U.S. war in Iraq and related wars. My
> co-programmer Mary Billyou and I will present the screenings at the
> upcoming Scope NYC art fair. I am looking for ideas of works to
> consider. If anyone has any suggestions of recent films and videos by
> artists / documentarians considering the war, please send them my way.
> We are looking at a range of works -- most of them experimental in
> form / perspective but a few of them are expository / journalistic.
> Most are under 20 min but a few are about an hour long. Thanks.
> Cheers!
> Meredith Drum
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