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Date: Thu Dec 23 2010 - 12:17:17 PST
here's a piece I wrote on the film Crash! by Harley Cokliss:
there's also Woman At The Wheel by Richard Kern
also there was Perfect Partner which was a film by Tony Oursler and Kim Gordon - there's a clip here:
there's a few others I think too,
On 24/12/2010, at 3:16 AM, Beebe,Roger W wrote:
> My favorites are all found footage, so they're probably not what you're looking for. But if that might fit the bill, Tony Gault's "Not Too Much Remember" has a great slo-mo car crash with a whole family in the mix. If crash tests are more your speed, then Gustav Deutsch's Film Ist. (1-6) would be my pick. Can't think of any films though where an experimental filmmaker actually crashed a car him/herself, although there must be some.
> Roger Beebe
> (momentarily) Santa Monica, CA
> On Dec 23, 2010, at 9:48 AM, Amanda Christie wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm looking for examples of experimental films that involve car crashes.
>> I'm shooting a new film next month... 35mm with a car crash... and
>> while my storyboards and conceptual theories (as well as crazy
>> technical logistics) are mostly all worked out by now, I'd still like
>> to make sure that I have a strong understanding of the historical
>> trajectory of these sorts of films... the greater context and all that.
>> I'm curious about other experimental films that have involved car
>> crashes. I can't think of any off the top of my head, but I'm sure
>> there must be plenty out there... During my research, I've found lots
>> and lots of crashes in mainstream movies, music videos, and actual
>> crashes caught on video phones on youtube... but nothing yet in the
>> experimental context. I'm curious to see what else is out there
>> before I go to camera.
>> Thanks so much in advance, and i hope everyone had a happy solstmas,
>> and is enjoying the winter!
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