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edited by César Ustarroz

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Special on Bill Morrison: A Poetic Archaeology of Cinema: The Films of Bill Morrison, by Matthew Levine.

Bill Morrison‘s films often combine archival film material with contemporary pieces of music from internationally recognised composers. His masterpiece Decasia (67 min., 2002), a collaboration with the composer Michael Gordon, was selected for the 2013 National Film Registry of the Library of Congress of the US, becoming the most modern film named to be part of the list that preserves works of “great cultural, historic or aesthetic significance to the nation’s cinematic heritage.”

  • Interview with Bill Morrison, by FFM

Essays:

  • Facing Time, by Adrian Danks
  • Knights Moves, by Dirk de Bruyn
  • The Ethics of Appropriation: Found Footage between Archive and Internet, by Thomas Elsaesser
  • Santiago Álvarez: The Revolutionary Filmmaker as Materialist Historian, by Jonathan Palomar
  • Found footage and television: Images that flash lightning in a hazardous instant, by Ingrid Guardiola

And Also...

  • Artists in an Archive, by Alan Berliner
  • Making a Name, by Mike Hoolboom
  • Sonic Findings: Festival (In)appropriation #7, by Jaimie Baron
  • Women Under the Influence: The Claustrum by Jay Rosenblatt, by César Ustarroz

Film Reviews: Cut'n'Paste:

by Albert Alcoz and Matthew Levine

Book Reviews:

  • The Archive Effect: Found footage and the audiovisual experience of history. Author: Jaimie Baron. (London, Routlege, 2013)
  • Found Footage: Cinema Exposed. Editors: Giovanna Fossati and Jaap Guldemond. (Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press/EYE Film Institute Netherlands, 2012)

Interview with Eclectic Method, by Óscar Testón and Enrique Ramírez (www.vjspain.com)

Special on Bill Morrison: A Poetic Archaeology of Cinema: The Films of Bill Morrison, by Matthew Levine.

Bill Morrison‘s films often combine archival film material with contemporary pieces of music from internationally recognised composers. His masterpiece Decasia (67 min., 2002), a collaboration with the composer Michael Gordon, was selected for the 2013 National Film Registry of the Library of Congress of the US, becoming the most modern film named to be part of the list that preserves works of “great cultural, historic or aesthetic significance to the nation’s cinematic heritage.”

  • Interview with Bill Morrison, by FFM

Essays:

  • Facing Time, by Adrian Danks
  • Knights Moves, by Dirk de Bruyn
  • The Ethics of Appropriation: Found Footage between Archive and Internet, by Thomas Elsaesser
  • Santiago Álvarez: The Revolutionary Filmmaker as Materialist Historian, by Jonathan Palomar
  • Found footage and television: Images that flash lightning in a hazardous instant, by Ingrid Guardiola

And Also...

  • Artists in an Archive, by Alan Berliner
  • Making a Name, by Mike Hoolboom
  • Sonic Findings: Festival (In)appropriation #7, by Jaimie Baron
  • Women Under the Influence: The Claustrum by Jay Rosenblatt, by César Ustarroz

Film Reviews: Cut'n'Paste:

by Albert Alcoz and Matthew Levine

Book Reviews:

  • The Archive Effect: Found footage and the audiovisual experience of history. Author: Jaimie Baron. (London, Routlege, 2013)
  • Found Footage: Cinema Exposed. Editors: Giovanna Fossati and Jaap Guldemond. (Amsterdam, Amsterdam University Press/EYE Film Institute Netherlands, 2012)

Interview with Eclectic Method, by Óscar Testón and Enrique Ramírez (www.vjspain.com)

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SKU 2370000253910
Publisher(s) Found Footage Magazine
Editor(s) Ustarroz, César
Format Paperback
Original publication date October 2016
Number of pages 156 pages including Colour & B/W illustrations

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