1. Sunrise at Schiffbauergasse, Potsdam – looking East
    Image rec. by Oscar Loeser

    Fire at Bar 25, Berlin – looking West
    Sound rec. by Johannes Schmelzer-Ziringer


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  2. 16mm found footage project, NYSSSA 2010

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  3. 16 mm direct animation. The process included Indian ink, etching utensils, grass, dirt, moth wings, and spliced footage from old educational films. Originally the three 3:00 minute reels were projected separately side by side to allow the interaction to take place. The installation was then telecine'd and formatted into one interconnected piece. Music was added later. The music was sampled from three songs by the great Pennsylvania based band Black Moth Super Rainbow.

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  4. My first direct animation hand painted film at SCAD.

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  5. Project for University of Hull, Scarborough Campus.

    Projection created by hand animating 16mm film, filming then syncing.

    Music Generated In GarageBand
    Recorded with a Panasonic HDC 700
    Edited and Synced in Final Cut

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  • Samuel Atkinson

    Researching into scratching onto 16mm film, where should I start? Any famous/well known artists that do this or something similar?

    by Samuel Atkinson

  • e a t u s a l i v e °

    we made this out of some footage we had lying around. weirds kids running around in the deep woods. and the soundtrack kicks ass :)

    by e a t u s a l i v e °

  • Robert Lyons

    Featured in the Punto y Raya, Ascona, and Philadelphia International film festivals. "Rites"

    by Robert Lyons

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