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Digital Is Cinema

25 October 2013 7:00 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

At a Q&A session on October 14 at the RedCAT Theater in Los Angeles following a screening of the film cycle “Let Your Light Shine: Handmade Films,” animator Jodie Mack put forth a concept that, while very simple and obvious, puts an interesting perspective on the current state of the moving image.

The five films in the “Handmade Films” cycle, all done by Mack, are all produced — and were screened — in 16mm film. They include the epic autobiographical animated musical Dusty Stacks of Mom, which is surrounded by four shorter, abstract works: New Fancy Foils, Undertone Overture, Glistening Thrills and Let Your Light Shine. All of the pieces, with possibly the exception of the last film, acts as a meditation on the handcrafted, tactile nature of art and film, which is a nature that is slowly vanishing via a digital demise.

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- Mike Everleth

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2013 Arizona Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup

13 September 2013 6:00 AM, PDT | Underground Film Journal | See recent Underground Film Journal news »

The 6th annual Arizona Underground Film Festival might be beginning on the unluckiest day of the year — Friday the 13th — but the residents of Tucson are lucky for this 9-night extravaganza of wild and wooly cinema from all over the globe. The fest runs Sept. 13-21 at The Screening Room and other locations.

Opening Night films include the retro, music-fueled slasher flick Discopath by Renaud Gauthier and the Internet-based bloodbath Truth Or Dare, directed by scream queen Jessica Cameron making her filmmaking debut. The last film of the fest on the 21st is the cryptic post-apocalyptic thriller Dust of War, directed by Andrew Kightlinger.

The rest of the fest includes mind-bending fiction flicks like the cult-ish Fateful Findings by Neil Breen; the 90-minute, one-shot noir Worm by Andrew Bowser; Zach Clark’s twisted holiday movie White Reindeer; Drew Tobia’s surreal See You Next Tuesday; as well as challenging documentaries »

- Mike Everleth

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