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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Jordan, Larry

Found footage & collage films selected works.
"Found Footage Magazine is proud to present Found Footage & Collage Films: Selected Works, edited and introduced by CeĢsar Ustarroz. For enthusiasts of avant-garde cinema, this deluxe limited edition of sixteen short films provides a vivid account of various creative processes in the recycling of images in experimental moving image art. Found Footage & Collage Films: Selected Works comes complete with a book filled with analysis and insights of the selected films. Written by leading scholars and film critics for the occasion, this publication is an essential reading for understanding the aesthetics and contexts of found footage filmmaking in contemporary moving image culture."--Found footage magazine website.
DVD 13452
Magical worlds of Joseph Cornell
DVD: nine of Cornell's films in full; Larry Jordan's short film Cornell, 1965, which includes the only known film footage of Cornell himself. DVD-ROM: over 250 of Cornell's box constructions, collages, films, and publications; over 40 in-depth explorations with multiple views, animation, and video; audio and video interviews with those who knew Cornell; over 200 source materials from the Joseph Cornell Study Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, D.C.; insights into Cornell's worlds through a timeline of his life, family photos, papers, books, and music; specially commissioned text entries on Cornell's major subjects and themes.
DVD 6586