Reconstruction Trilogy: Les LeVeque

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Tags: Film or Videomaking, Hollywood, Image Processing

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Reconstruction Trilogy:  Les LeVeque

Through the deployment of various structural strategies, the narrative logic of three problematic and influential films is transformed into a sensuous hallucinatory unveiling of repressed representations in historical dramas of the U.S.’s critical period of nation-building.

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Backwards Birth of a Nation
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Backwards Birth of a Nation is a re-editing of D.W. Griffith's 187-minute film, Birth of a Nation (1915), into a pulsating 13-minute black and white phantasm. By means of structural strategies of condensation, the frame by frame inversion of black...

 

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Tags: film or videomaking, hollywood, image processing, race

Red Green Blue Gone with the Wind
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Red Green Blue Gone with the Wind is a phosphorescent deconstruction of David O. Selznick's Technicolor classic Gone with the Wind (1939). Through the structural devices of condensation, the frame-by-frame separation of the red, green, and blue...

 

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Stutter the Searchers
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  Stutter the Searchers is an undulating re-edit of John Ford's "frontier saga" The Searchers (1956). Ford's violent narrative is restructured through the use of condensation, repetition, and the oscillating de-location of the image's place...

 

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Tags: film or videomaking, hollywood, image processing