''Kubelka or Conrad flicker films'' Dont know about that, considering the
pokemon thing...

http://kotaku.com/5757570/the-banned-pokemon-episode-that-gave-children-seizures

2015-07-13 11:16 GMT-04:00 Carl E Bogner <crlel...@uwm.edu>:

>  Dan,
>
>  One of the best things I have been able to see this year was the Saturday
> morning cartoon 16mm program that EYEWORKS presented at Jesse Malmed’s
> LIVE-TO-TAPE FESTIVAL in Chicago this last May.
>
>  The program was entitled “Make Me Psychic” and featured films by Sally
> Cruikshank, Kathy Rose, Trixy Sweetvittles, and Amy Lockhart. Some of the
> prints -- the Cruikshank and the (sublime) Rose films -- were, I think,
> from the holdings of Chicago Filmmakers, do I have that right?
>
>  I was smacked out on all of the free breakfast cereals provided and am
> old, but I thought it was all a delight, giddy and transcendent, of
> possible interest to your programming. Psychedelic/trippy presented,
> understood, as also kid-friendly?
>
>  Details on the LIVE-TO-TAPE program here:
>  https://www.facebook.com/events/837281176348961/
>
>  Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation
>  http://eyeworksfestival.com
>
>  Chicago Filmmakers Film Distribution Project
>
> http://www.chicagofilmmakers.org/membership-filmmaker-services/film-distribution-project
>
>
>  Carl
>  Milwaukee
>
>
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* FrameWorks <frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com> on behalf of
> Rob Gawthrop <r...@robgawthrop.co.uk>
> *Sent:* Monday, July 13, 2015 8:54 AM
> *To:* elizabeth mcmahon; Experimental Film Discussion List
> *Subject:* Re: [Frameworks] Kid-friendly films?
>
>   Jan Svankmajer - Alice 1988.  maybe more of an adult friendly
> children’s film though my daughter when 5, watched it over and over (though
> now 28 and in retrospect wonders whether it was suitable)
>
>  Rob
>
>
>  On 13 Jul 2015, at 13:54, elizabeth mcmaon <elizmcma...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>    Much from Mary Ellen Bute could be considered very kid friendly.
>
>  And one of my favorites is Bruno Bozzetto's film "Allegro Non Troppo."
> It is rousing and inspiring, with magical animation.
>
>  Elizabeth
>
>   ------------------------------
> *From:* Dan Anderson <bcfilmf...@gmail.com>
> *To:* Experimental Film Discussion List <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
> *Sent:* Monday, July 13, 2015 12:01 AM
> *Subject:* [Frameworks] Kid-friendly films?
>
>  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..
>
>  thanks!
>
>
>
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