A deep thanks to Moving Image Artists magazine for inviting me to discuss my work in their most recent issue on Landscapes. Here is the link to my article.
Take some time and hopefully discover some new and exciting filmmakers. Here is what they say:
“So we invite you to join us on a journey over land and sea, through mythic forests and open moors, past farmlands, meadows and fields of standing stones, while delving deeper into the mysterious landscapes of the human mind!.”
A huge thanks to L’emergere del possibile for their philosophical analysis on my latest Scenes from 10 Walks. An article that references Brakhage, Michel de Certeau, and The Sopranos is not to be missed. You can read the text here Text is in Italian
I will be screening the entire film Monday Night!
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.
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 thought provoking and stirring analysis of A Walk in December that explores the aspect of walking with cinema and philosophy. Here is the link.
Text is in Italian.
A good opportunity to check out Michel De Certeau too!
Big thanks to Francesco and their amazing film site
Film is below-
I am really honored to be included in the new EBook 65 Artists write about their work published by Bourgeon. If you are interested in discovering and learning about a productive field of working artists in Washington D.C go here
I wrote about my experience making Baoying Window. A special thanks to Daniel Barbiereo for introducing me to this project a few years ago and Robert Bettmann at Bourgeon.
You can watch Baoying Window below-
A wonderful and insightful cinema blog called L’ emergere del possibile
explored my super 8 film Winter Trees in Italian. The link is here. A warm thanks to Francesca and Francesco who plan to write a few more posts on my works in the future. This is a great cinema site with plenty of analysis, stills, and resources. It may be time to brush up on your Italian.