Cinebarre Short Films

Film by Willie Morrison workareabar@gmail.com

The scandalous Carmencita split-screen triplets return from beyond the grave to join up with Band of Art on 09-09-09 in an orgy of bare ankles and sonic improvisation.

The movie includes a sample from the film Carmencita(1894), directed and produced by William K.L. Dickson, the Scottish inventor credited with the invention of the motion picture camera under the employ of Thomas Edison.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmencita_(film)

Given the age of this film, its copyright has now expired and it is freely available on the internet to download. A copy is kept by the Library of Congress and can be viewed on their American Memory website.

Professional dancer Carmencita was the first woman to step before a motion picture camera in America at Thomas Edison's Black Maria Studios.
tinyurl.com/carmencita1894

.............................The movie was infamous in its time because it came under a lot of censorship issues wherever it would be played. The most famous incident happened in Boston where it was pulled from theatres after a preacher complained that it was sinful.........................................

Thomas Edison's Black Maria Studios
tinyurl.com/BlackMaria

Pop Pop Pop 09-09-09 has been selected by an online scout working for Cinebarre, an independent chain of movie houses spread across 5 states in the U.S.

* Seattle/Washington,
* Salem/Oregon,
* Asheville/N. Carolina,
* Mt. Pleasant/S. Carolina,
* Thornton/Colorado

vimeo.com/groups/cinebarre

Cinebarre.com

"There are many things that make Cinebarre unique."

"..................your film will be viewed at all of our locations prior to a first run film. this is a chance for unknown artists to showcase their work on the big screen! Its like an ongoing film festival for independent filmmakers!........................."

UPDATE
Pop Pop Pop 09-09-09 was selected to head the supporting bill for the new Janet Jackson film "Why Did I Get Married Too?" on the 2nd of April 2010.

pages.citebite.com/m1g0u7i3g9ukr

This movie has also been broadcast on regional TV in the Netherlands on a weekly highlights of StadjersTV programme called ''StadjersTV Toppers''.

Band of Art performing Pop Pop Pop from the CD
Our House recorded live in Groningen NL 09-09-09.
Band of Art were:

Jan Meijer........................................Vocals.

Hans van Benten..............................Space Guitar/Bass.

Henk Geertsma................................Drums.

Henk Koekoek..................................Lead Guitar/Bass.

Hielke Meijer....................................Saxophone.

Dian Pancras................................... Synthesizer.

Band of Art info:
hansvanbenten.nl

j vimeo.com/6916070

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