Cameraless Film Art

The Light Brigade, an Anchorage-based art troupe, presented an intervention on the Alaska Railroad’s train to Whittier. As a surprise for train passengers, the Light Brigade projected Tunnel Vision on the Whittier tunnel wall. Tunnel Vision features hand-painted 35mm film, live action shots of dancer Becky Kendall, spawning salmon, footage of the Alaska Railroad, and photos by Ward Hulbert of Whittier’s abandoned army base. Tunnel Vision is about decay and memory, working it's way through winter, spring summer OR fall.

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Cameraless Film Art

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A showcase for creators of cameraless animation, hand painted cinema, scratch films, and all lovers of experimental, direct on celluloid, abstract movie making.
I welcome your film-art and I look forward to viewing and including your works in this channel.


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A showcase for creators of cameraless animation, hand painted cinema, scratch films, and all lovers of experimental, direct on celluloid, abstract movie making.
I welcome your film-art and I look forward to viewing and including your works in this channel. Thanks. RL

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  • Glowing Heads

    Hi Robert, wanted to offer this film: Artifacts of Life to your channel- (finally figured out how to fix the settings to allow it to be added to a channel...) It is a collaborative project, al camera-less live or once-live material - everything from feathers to spores to spiders to petals... attached to 16mm film --Meesh vimeo.com/31181275

    by Glowing Heads

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  • Ignacio Tamarit

    which side of the film you painted? emulsion or base?

    by Ignacio Tamarit

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