In my opinion, Gaspar Noe's Enter The Void, is one of the elegant examples
of Flicker employed in an overground film.
On Wed, Apr 25, 2012 at 1:17 PM, Andy Ditzler <a...@andyditzler.com> wrote:
> If I remember correctly, Andrew Noren's Imaginary Light (1995) has a
> regular flicker pattern for a substantial part of its length (approximately
> thirty minutes).
> Consider Andy Warhol's early silent films - the required projection speed,
> 16 or 18 fps, introduces a slight flicker (very subtle in comparison to
> what we would consider "flicker film"). Warhol's "strobe cuts" in later
> films such as Nude Restaurant (1968) and Lonesome Cowboys (1969) are a
> different kind of flicker effect.
> I like the Newsreel Collective logo which appeared at the beginning of
> their films, accompanied by the sound of a machine gun - flicker in the
> service of the revolution.
> Brian Frye's Lachrymae (2000) is a nice counterpart to "flicker" films -
> as I believe Fred has pointed out elsewhere, the onscreen fireflies are an
> evocation of film projection.
> Andy Ditzler
> Atlanta, GA
> On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 12:13 PM, LJ Frezza <ljfre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello again gentlepeople,
>> I'm looking to put together a survey of pioneering flicker films, as
>> well as contemporary works, all preferrably on celluloid, and I was
>> wondering if you guys were interested in throwing a few suggestions my
>> way. I have a few ideas of my own, of course, but I always like to see
>> what Frameworks thinks about these sorts of things
>> ljfre...@gmail.com / 904.762.8300
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