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Film

In Conversation

MARY CURTIS RATCLIFF & PARRY TEASDALE OF VIDEOFREEX
with Erin Sickler

From the late 1960s through mid-’70s, the ten-member collective Videofreex produced several thousand videotapes, installations, and multimedia events, and trained hundreds of video-makers in the brand-new medium.

ONCE MORE TO THE LAKE
Jerome Hiler’s New Shores

Watching Jerome Hiler’s recent works In the Stone House and New Shores, I am struck by the fact that films so intimately attuned to the here and now of emulsion passing before the projector’s bulb should also, essentially, be of the past.

HIGH AND LOW
Sakura Ando’s Restraint

In late June, the three editors of Midnight Eye published a text detailing their decision to close up shop after fifteen years as one of the leading English-language resources for Japanese film. While they gave several reasons, one rang louder than others: the Japanese film scene just wasn’t cutting it.

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2015

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