I've had some success showing John Smith films in this context
before..."Girl Chewing Gum" is good, and "Om" if you're after something
shorter. Both have a lot of teachable elements if that's interesting to
And of course, there's the early avant garde films..."Symphonie Diagonale"
"Retour a la Raison", etc. I also liked showing Len Lye films ( colourful,
usually not too long). I guess my suggestion here is that direct-film
techniques rarely produce content of questionable moral fibre :)
On Sunday, July 12, 2015, Chris Freeman <christopherbriggsfree...@gmail.com>
> EFF Portland had a family friendly screening on one of the days of the
> festival in 2013. This is the list of films from that:
> *Whale Story*, dir. Tess Martin
> *Borboletas Delicadas (Delicate Butterflies)*, dir. Wladymir Lima
> *Background Singer*, dir. Javier Villegas
> *(Dis) Connect 2*, dir. Emeka Ogboh
> *Never Be That Tough*, dir. Nancy Jean Tucker
> *It Doesn’t Matter*, dir. Lori Felker
> *Pargu*, dir. Sean Grounds
> *Spring Tide*, dir. Sean Hanley
> *You Are Here*, dir. Leslie Supnet
> *Rolling Stock*, dir. Dan Inglis
> *9 Pixels of Katy Perry – “California Gurls”*, dir. William Burn
> *Free Movements*, dir. Mikhail Basov
> On Sun, Jul 12, 2015 at 9:01 PM, Dan Anderson <bcfilmf...@gmail.com
>> Hey all,
>> Just wondering if anyone has recommendations for avant-garde films that
>> go over well with kids (12 and up). I'm not very good with censorship and
>> always forget that there is something "inappropriate" with most of my
>> favorite movies... even just a good PG narrative is hard to find..
>> So far my go-to is usually "Neighbours" by McLaren, and "Dr. Strangelove"
>> for a good narrative that won't get me in trouble..
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