From: lj frezza (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Mar 18 2010 - 05:20:30 PDT
i don't know if anyone mentioned this, but Thorsten Fleisch made a couple of
films using blood - here are links to them for reference
On Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 5:04 AM, Charles Chadwick <email suppressed
> Cool, thanks for the advice. I think what I'm going to do actually is smear
> some blood onto 16mm clear leader and then transfer it on the sly at school,
> and then superimpose it over my footage in final cut. Hopefully that will
> work. Anyway, I should be getting out that DVD to you next week. It will
> have the films on it that you've already seen when I had that tutorial with
> you my first semester. Also, did you see that frameworks post about the
> website named after agnes varda dedicated to facilitating the work of women
> filmmakers? It'd be cool if you contributed to that... I think you'd have a
> lot to offer. You certainly have informed and facilitated my practice
> greatly over the years. I'll definitely be making it to that film salon.
> Hope you're well. Take care!
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Mar 16, 2010, at 2:03 PM, Janis Lipzin <email suppressed> wrote:
> Hi Charles,
> I used some of my blood to tint a passage at the end of my film Other
> Reckless Things in the '80s. The lab, then W.A. Palmer Films in San
> Francisco, was instructed not to clean it by hand but to do so
> ultrasonically instead to preserve the "hand-applied color" which it did.
> The original film was color reversal from which an internegative was
> struck. Then release prints were made from the interneg with no problems
> that I recall.
> You can see the results yourself at the San Francisco Art Institute Film
> Salon that will be present this film on March 31 at 7 PM.
> Janis Crystal Lipzin
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