Frampton's *Lemon* and *Artificial Light *

On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 3:07 PM, Anna Dabrowska <a.d.dabrow...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> *I'll Be Late For Dinner*, 2015
> single screen video, b/w, square aspect ratio, ca 12'
> by Elias Heunick ( check the artist's website) could be an option.
> On 13 Sep 2016 20:40, "Dan Anderson" <bcfilmf...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I'm not sure if this is too obvious, but "Powers of Ten" (1977) by
>> Charles and Ray Eames is always a fun one.. also "The Voyagers" (2010) by
>> Penny Lane.
>>
>> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 1:02 PM, John Sundholm <john.sundh...@ims.su.se>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Adam,
>>>
>>> a must see is the Swedish "Altisonans" (1966) composed with  sound from
>>> satellites (Karl-Borger Blomdhal) and electronic imagery designed by Ralph
>>> Lundsten. Shot on 16 mm.
>>>
>>> best,
>>>
>>> John
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>>> Ämne: [Frameworks] Experimental films using Astronomy & Satellite
>>> imagery - recommendations
>>>
>>> I'm working on programming a series around a theme of earth satellites &
>>> astronomy, for a museum that is doing an exhibition linked to JPL (Jet
>>> Propulsion Lab - the people behind our space probes, etc)
>>>
>>> This is supposed to be a more mainstream series, and there will be some
>>> Hollywood sci-fi features as part of it, so we're not going too far out
>>> (so to speak).
>>>
>>> But I'm looking for recommendations of experimental films that somehow
>>> involve/invoke astronomical imagery, or, perhaps even better, imagery of
>>> earth-orbiting satellites, and views of earth from satellites.  I hope to
>>> run one in front of each feature, or have one evening of them.
>>>
>>> I am thinking of:
>>> Films by Semiconductor ­ Brilliant Noise; Black Rain
>>> Films by Jeanne Liotta
>>> Films by Jordan Belson ­ Allures; Samadhi (1967); Cosmos (1969); World
>>> (1970)
>>>
>>>
>>> I have already been through Robert Haller's booklet on his series
>>> "Universe" but I think I am not going to stretch this series to include
>>> his time or other science-based films.  We're sticking with astronomy and
>>> satellites.
>>>
>>> Additional suggestions, please?
>>>
>>> Thank you for your help.
>>>
>>> Best regards,
>>>
>>> Adam
>>>
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