experiments in cinema dvds

From: Bryan Konefsky (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Apr 24 2009 - 20:35:54 PDT

Hi all - just an update on the 2 volume DVD set from our
2009 festival - For those of you interested, we have
decided to sell the 2 volumes as a single package for $20
plus shipping... go to Basementfilms.org and click on the
Experiments in Cinema button to get to an Ebay/PayPal link
to purchase the set and calculate shipping. Again it was
lovely that so many of our participating artists donated
their works for this compilation - know that 100% of all
sales will go directly into our 2010 festival!
see complete listing of titles on the 2 disc set below.
NTSC Region 1 - 2 DVD set

This two volume set includes the following titles:

Volume 1 - trt 116 minutes
A Woman and Circles by Bruce Checefsky
Speechless by Scott Stark
Dig by Robert Todd
Tale of the Sea's Dream by Ben Popp
... here and there... by Roger Deutsch
Cleopatra's Teeth by Mika Kiburz
Latent Sorrow by Shon Kim
Double Thunder by Potter-Belmar Labs
Men Seeking Women by Penny Lane
Suffragette Slasher by Julie Perini
Resonances by Ismail Bahri
Murder Capital by Marcy Saude
Remote Intimacy by Sylvia Schedelbauer
Let's Get Married by Mary Magsamen and Stephen Hillerbrand

Volume 2 - trt 117 minutes
Cloud Cuckoo Land by Amanda Trager and Erik Moskowitz
The Nightgardener by Jennifer Hardacker
Suite of Summer Evenings by Bob Harris
The Memory of Snails by Edgar Endress
Monongahela Ghost Train by Jason Halprin
In/Organic Transmissions by Patricia McInroy
Last Things (Trilogy) by Sharon Harodi and Cheb Kammerer
Autumnal by Scott Nyerges
Repeat Photography and the Albedo Effect by Caroline
28.IV.81 (Bedouin Spark) Christopher Harris
Pornoscope: John C. Holmes by Kristen Galvin
Abby by Deon Kay

Bryan Konefsky, Visualiste
Lecturer, Dept. of Cinematic Arts, University of New
Artistic Director, Experiments in Cinema
Vice President, Basement Films
Advisory Board, Ann Arbor Film Festival
Cell: 505.235.1852
PO Box 9337
Albuquerque, NM 87119 USA
"As the spirit wanes the form appears." - Charles Bukowski

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