Category Archives: Text

Thanks to the Hyattsville Independent Film Series

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A really beautiful time last night premiering Scenes from 10 Walks. Great conversation and questions afterwards as well. Scenes is over 46 minutes long, so I was a bit apprehensive about how the audience would respond, but it was very, very positive. I think the ambience of the church added an extra dimension to the overall audiovisual experience. The super 8 films looked great too! Thanks again the Hyattsille Independent Film series for a memorable evening. More soon

Thanks to Ocatillo!

 

 

A warm thanks to Ocatillo, which is primarily run by  Robert Robertson, for writing about this site!

Here is a quote in reference to my Walk series:

“a perfect antidote to staring at likes on the cellphone or mobile, as one walks, impervious to the beauties of the outside world.”

You can read the entry here

I would also recommend his site for info on his films, music, and illuminating and innovative books on the audiovisual. Check it out you won’t be disappointed! My personal fave are the diary entries and the scattered texts series.

 

People’s Park Reverie in the countries of the mind

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It was a great pleasure to read about my film People’s Park Reverie being screened with Robert Robertson’s Oserake at the Hundred Years Gallery in London a few years ago. This event is mentioned in Robert Robertson’s excellent new book, in the countries of the mind.

I am just starting to dive in, but so far this is a very inspirational and poetic read.

You can purchase it here.
You can view People’s Park Reverie Below-

A few mentions

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A little late on some recent posts from around the globe.
Audio: Special thanks to Pilot Eleven Netlabel (UK) for including Lynlee’s 1314 in their February Highlights edition-Go here

Text: Thanks to Keep Moving Flow(Brazil) for her recent thoughts on In the evening slow ships would emerge-Go here to read
and to L’emergere del possibile (Italy) for including Late Autumn, Early Winter in their 15 most important films in the last five years. This was a special post commemorating their five year anniversary

Audiovisual: Lastly, something recent from a Japanese blog that highlighted A walk in February and Changeable Weather-Go here
Thanks to you all!
Still from: In the evening slow ships would emerge