I'll send a summary email in a couple of days.
From: Piibe Kolka <piibe.ko...@gmail.com>
Reply-To: "Experimental Film Discussion List
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2016 22:07:33 +0300
To: "Experimental Film Discussion List <email@example.com>"
Subject: Re: [Frameworks] Experimental films using Astronomy & Satellite
imagery - recommendations
i made an experimental doc '540 nanometers' on the topic in 2012.
ps. thanks for starting the thread - so many good recommendations for this
On 14 September 2016 at 19:42, Rob Gawthrop <r...@robgawthrop.co.uk> wrote:
> Erth John Latham UK 1971
> "A journey from outer space to the centre of the world, in which consciousness
> itself is revealed as a form sedimented history. With distant views of the
> approaching Earth punctuated by black and silence, light years are compressed
> into a cosmic imaginary.” Lux
> Moon 69 Scott Bartlett 1969
> "Moon 1969 is a beautiful, eerie, haunting film, all the more wonderful for
> the fact we do not once see the moon: only the manifestation of its powers
> here on earth, the ebb and flow of the waters.. fiery rainbows into a cloudy
> sky... men and rockets transformed into shattering crystals... creating a
> picture if the cosmos in continual transformation."-- Gene Youngblood
> On 13 Sep 2016, at 18:28, Adam Hyman <a...@lafilmforum.org> wrote:
>> 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
>> 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
>> Additional suggestions, please?
>> Thank you for your help.
>> Best regards,
>> Adam Hyman
>> Los Angeles Filmforum
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