From: Meredith Drum (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Oct 01 2010 - 15:14:29 PDT
Marsha Kinder's initiative is called The Labyrinth Project, and
"Tracing the Decay of Fiction" is a terrific piece made with O'Neill.
On Oct 1, 2010, at 3:10 PM, Gene Youngblood wrote:
> There's also an interactive DVD-ROM called "Tracing the Decay of
> that Pat made in 2002 with Marsha Kinder at that center she runs at
> (can't remember the name). It's pretty good. Not only can you roam the
> haunted hallways of the hotel, but there's also an aerial view of the
> "Miracle Mile". Click on a building and it takes you there and
> offers a
> social and demographic history of the decay of that particular
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> From: "Aaron F. Ross" <email suppressed>
> To: "Experimental Film Discussion List" <email suppressed
> Sent: Friday, October 01, 2010 2:39 PM
> Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Lookout Mountain films (Pat O'Neill)
>> Seconded! Pat O'Neill is brilliant. I hope he releases "The Decay of
>> Fiction" on DVD soon...
>> At 10/1/2010, you wrote:
>>> Can't recall anyone mentioning it here before, but for all those
>>> enchanted by the early and later films of Pat O'Neill, they can be
>>> purchased now for home viewing from Lookout Mountain
>>> The "7362" set contains rarely seen early works such as "By The Sea"
>>> and "Bump City" ~ whilst the latest, personal, handheld work such
>>> as "I Open The Window" is available on "Starting To Go Bad" disc
>>> There are also the monumental "Water and Power" and "Trouble In
>>> the Image"
>>> The transfers are magnificent, the soundtracks remixed and
>>> remastered - and the purchase prices well within reach ~ I
>>> bought the lot ~ they're superb...
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