It's not available on DVD or Blu-ray yet, but when it is I will
announce it here.
At 12/8/2011, you wrote:
>that is really nicely done. Thank you for sharing.
>From: Aaron F. Ross <aa...@digitalartsguild.com>
>To: Experimental Film Discussion List <email@example.com>
>Sent: Thursday, 8 December 2011, 17:51
>Subject: Re: [Frameworks] film/digtial hybrid
>I've used a hybrid technique in collaboration with filmmaker Anna
>Geyer. She manipulated celluloid in various ways, then we scanned it
>and I combined and processed it with digital animation.
>The piece is called "PHOSPHENES" and it has screened at a few
>festivals including Big Muddy. You can watch it here:
>At 12/8/2011, you wrote:
> >Hi Frameworkers,
> >As part of my research, I've been compiling a group of contemporary
> >filmmakers who have employed hand-processing of film and digital
> >visual effects in hybrid ways.
> >The filmmakers I've caught up with thus far include Johanna Vaude,
> >Stephanie Maxwell, Jurgen Reble (for Materia Obscura), Kerry Laitra.
> >I'd like any of you to raise
> >more similar filmmakers who come to your mind, so that I will bring
> >more cases together to my list.
> >Thank you in advance,
> >Ji-hoon Kim
> >Assistant Professor, Division of Broadcast & Cinema Studies
> >Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
> >Nanyang Technological University
> >Room 02-08, 31 Nanyang Link
> >Singapore 637718
> >Office phone: (65) 6514-8351
> >Mobile: (65) 9720-8484
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