From: Amanda Christie (email suppressed)
Date: Sat Jul 17 2010 - 08:02:03 PDT
I like to use examples of Phil Hoffman's films when teaching
experimental documentary. "O,Zoo?!" is one of my favourites, but
"What these Ashes Wanted" is also another great one. They're
distributed by the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre.
There is also a book about him and his work that was edited by Mike
Hoolboom and Karyn Sandlos with essays by several Canadian
filmmakers. it's called "Landscape with Shipwreck: First Person
Cinema and the Films of Philip Hoffman"
The Canadian Film Institute has also recently put out a book on
Hoffman's films called "Rivers of Time: a Retrospective of the Films
of Philip Hoffman"
On 17-Jul-10, at 11:52 AM, Christopher Harris wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am looking for recommendations for a class I am going to teach
> this fall. Specifically, I would like to know about books or texts
> of any kind on the general subject of experimental documentary. I
> would also like recommendations for specific films/videos and/or
> makers to consider.
> I am aware of the recent issue of JumpCut and issues of Millennium
> Film Journal on this topic but I welcome any other suggestions.
> A brief list of just a few makers I have been thinking about include
> Ernie Gehr, Su Friedrich, Bill Brown, Sharon Lockhart, Chi Jang Yin,
> Deborah Stratman, David Ellsworth, Kevin Everson, Harun Farocki, and
> Lynn Sachs.
> Thanks in advance.
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