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Rotten Apples
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In Rotten Apples, George Kuchar explores the themes of life, lust, decay and death, all through the act of grinding apples for cider. As Kuchar walks around an orchard with his friends in an attempt to enjoy the natural beauty of their...

 

Collection: New Releases, Kuchar Archive, Single Titles

Tags: environment, george kuchar, nature

Ilene Segalove, Whatever Happened To MY Future?
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Repurposing an ancient confessional video diary made about 40 years ago, this 11-minute narrative creates a poignant and humorous conversation where both ‘selves’ question, enlighten, and warn one another about things in life that really matter...

 

Collection: New Releases, Single Titles

Tags: aging, found footage, humor, memory, self-reflexive video, time

2013 | 12:36
Mike Kuchar, Testimony
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....Everything changes;...child, animal, flower and stone

    ....changing together, dancing alone

          ....Different Tempos

    -All to ONE...

 

Collection: New Releases, Kuchar Archive, Single Titles

Tags: camp, dance

1971 | 04:20
Videofreex, Mes and Youse
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A wonderful and humorous example of early image processing, Parry Teasdale and Carol Vontobel perform to camera as their faces are morphed together, forming an image of one person.  The exercise is repeated by Nancy Cain and Skip Blumberg as...

 

Collection: New Releases, Videofreex Archive, Single Titles

Tags: art collective, film or videomaking, humor, image processing, performance, technology