Monthly Archives: September 2013

Summer Trilogy tonight at the Poetry Cafe in London!

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My Chinese summer trilogy will be screened tonight at the London Cafe in Covent Garden-
Here are the links-
Thanks Ocatillo Arts.
Will have details soon-
If you are in London-
check it out!

China still 62 from Afternoon Rain in Nanjing

Screening In London!! September 30th at 7:30 pm

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Just found out-details below
An evening of films and readings
With filmmakers Nick Collins, Dennis Dracup,
Steve Dracup, Chris Lynn, Robert Robertson
and poet filmmaker Maureen Kendal,
poetry by Spike Hawkins,
and spontaneous readings

September 30th 7.30pm
The Poetry Café, 22 Betterton Street,
Covent Garden,
London WC2
£5/£4 concs
Go Here  link
and here
More details soon!

Landscape Films at Sonic Circuits Benefit Show, Sunday, September 15 at Pyramid Atlantic.

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The Voice of God – Bernd Lützeler (2011 India/Germany | 9:35 minutes)
If God would come down to earth and try to earn a living in Bombay, most probably he would very soon become successful as a voice over artiste, lending his voice to thousands of Hindi movies and even more documentaries and public service films in India. A melo-dramatic docu-drama with voice-over in stop-motion and long-time exposure.—B.L.

Winter Movement – Chris H Lynn (2006 | 5:03 minutes)s Filmed in Iceland-A dream-like narrative briefly evokes the terminal sleep.

Still: Winter Movement

Narita Japan (Super 8 stillB/W)/ Sonic Circuits Festival 2013. Super 8 still 66

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I am doing a performance with Amptext, which will include the five rolls of unedited film I recorded this summer in China, France, and Japan. This film will be projected with live sounds provided by Amptext and myself-A true expanded cinema event!
This performance will be part of the Sonic Circuits festival of 2013 on October 6th at Atlas Performing Arts in Washington D.C
Much More on this soon-
In the meantime, go here to donate. We need your support! This festival will not survive without your involvement.