You might want to look at films (16mm and 35mm) by Kelly Egan, all of them use
optical animated sound. She has nine films in distribution at CFMDC (Canadian
Filmmakers Distribution Centre) http://www.cfmdc.org/catalogue Kelly’s Doctoral
dissertation dealt with the history of animated sound and film projector noise.
Good luck with your event,
From: FrameWorks <frameworks-boun...@jonasmekasfilms.com> on behalf of Peter
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Subject: [Frameworks] optical sound film screening
my name is peter szely from ima, institute for media archeology.
feel free to check out our website www.ima.or.at
I have a question:
ima always set itself a yearly topic in our work.
this years topic is optical sound.
we plan to have workshops and concerts dealing with optical sound, and we also
plan to hav a film screening of movies.
we are interested in movies where the sound comes from manipulations and
treatments such as drawing or scratching directly on the celluloid,
do you have any recommendations of fine pieces of film working like this?
thanks in advance
IMA / Institut für Medienarchäologie
3100 St. Pölten
Tel: 0043 6991 9561906
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