Moving Image Coalition
April 14, 2004 screening
Café (Opposite Cinema) Dean St, Albury.
Tony Woods, (Melb MIC),
Super 8, 2003, 15 mins.
This is Genre film, shot in Melbourne, showing the majesty of city buildings.
A look at glass reflections of amazing proportions, and distortions
includes the filmmaker's reflection. All to music called “live” by Peter
Ellis, on guitar and Phil Edwards on synthesizers.
Around Melbourne City,
Super 8, 1997, 5 mins.
There are all different ways to get to the big smoke, walk, skates,
bike, car, tram, light rail, train and bus. I borrowed this Kodak Super
8 camera with a Widescreen ratio 1:2, (1.5X) lens attachment added on
by Brian Beatty of the Australian Widescreen Association. This will
be projected as normal, and will appear to give a compressed stretched
J.F. Leventhal & J.A.
Super 8, 19??, 6 mins.
This short film goes onto explain 3-D, especially Anaglyph 3-D, with
the red & green glasses. With remarks from Pete Smith it makes it quite
an entertaining experience.
Joe Nussbaum and Michael
CD-ROM, 2001, 6 mins.
To see this properly you need the Red and Green 3-D Anaglyph glasses.
I would have to say this is a Genre film, with weird photographic shapes
in an artistic form all to fast music.
After these 3-D
films, we listened to a lecture by Gary Hayes, about developments
in 3-D TV and Computers, he photocopied some examples on how it works.
He also went onto show a DVD example of 3-D Digital Filmmaking, with
examples of 3-D Digital Animation short films, to 3-D Computer Games.
Grant Meredith, (Ballarat),
I.Team: Project Fubar,
2003, 11 mins 30 secs
In quiet little parts of the world, quiet little missions take place
for the sake of global safety. Now one of these missions has gone wrong!
This is the harrowing tale of an early adventure of the "i-team" - the
special ops force that destroyed the udd base and ultimately turned
the tide of the great udd war.
Josephine Bourke, (Local
Video 8/VHS, 2004, 3 mins.
An artistic genre drawing from start to finish, of the dream home. This
animation was hand drawn, and shot second by second, on Video 8 and
then transferred to DVD and speed up at 2X speed to give a faster animation
feel, then finalized to VHS. Made by a young filmmaker aged nine.
Amadeo Marquez Perez came up from Melbourne to talk to us about
the 15/15 Film Festival. He then went onto show an Interesting entry.
David Cassel, (Melbourne),
MiniDV/VHS, 2002, 15mins.
This is about one guy who is destined by chance to become a filmmaker,
he is at the right place at the right time and gets an entry to the
15/15 film festival. He then calls friends on advice in writing a script,
getting actors, a budget and finance to which he does all in the one
day. And hands in an entry on time.
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