From: Mark Toscano (email suppressed)
Date: Thu Dec 30 2010 - 22:54:55 PST
Some ideas off the top of my head:
Snow (Robert Huot) (Canyon)
The Wofobs (Mark Toscano) (I'm not usually a self-promoter, but hey, you asked!) (Canyon)
Quick Billy rolls (various) (Bruce Baillie) (Canyon)
Mark LaPore has a few camera rolls he showed as films in some cases. The main one I can think of off the top of my head he called Snake Burma, and it was dedicated/given to Lewis Klahr.
Melting (Thom Andersen) (FMC and soon Canyon)
Hotel Cartograph (Scott Stark) (Canyon)
a few by Morgan Fisher, including Documentary Footage, Phi Phenomenon, Production Stills
Future Perfect (Roberta Friedman & Grahame Weinbren)
Standard Gauge (Morgan Fisher)
The Gypsy Cried (Chris Langdon) - about 80 feet, a single take of a song on a record player (so, not a camera roll film, but a 7" record film)
SF Trips Festival (Ben Van Meter) - three camera rolls spliced together
Dead Reckoning (David Wilson) - three camera rolls spliced together
Hand Held Day (Gary Beydler) 2 camera rolls spliced together (Canyon)
Silent Reversal (Louis Hock) - camera roll spliced to an upside-down print of itself
Glass Face (Gary Beydler) - slightly less than a single camera roll (I believe only because he trimmed the tail off), so basically a camera roll film. (Canyon)
Internal Systems (Coleen Fitzgibbon) - four 400ft. camera rolls spliced together
A.K. Dewdney's film Malanga was made by using two 100ft. camera rolls, each with corresponding frames painted over to create intensely edited A/B rolls without the use of splicing. He writes about it in his Discontinuous Film article.
Surprised I couldn't think of more 100ft. ones... are some of Frampton's perhaps? Like Apparatus Sum (which I've never seen)?
--- On Thu, 12/30/10, Joel Schlemowitz <email suppressed> wrote:
> From: Joel Schlemowitz <email suppressed>
> Subject: [Frameworks] camera roll films (unedited 100ft films)
> To: email suppressed
> Date: Thursday, December 30, 2010, 7:06 PM
> Happy holidays frameworkers,
> Looking to expand my rental list of "camera roll" films.
> Films made without editing using 100 feet of film.
> Some of the ones I've got already on this list: Joseph
> Cornell and Rudy Burchkardt's "Angel", Brian Frye's
> "Lachrymae" Marjorie Keller's "Ancient Parts/Foreign
> Parts/Private Parts" Rose Lowder's "Les Tournesols" Jack
> Smith's "Scotch Tape" Andy Warhol screen tests.
> If there are other recommended camera roll films that can
> be rented (from either Canyon Cinema or the Film-Makers'
> Cooperative) please let me know either on or off the
> list. Thanks!
> all the best
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