Monthly Archives: August 2010

Time Back Way Back

I am now into the final furlong of making my film, which has taken its form on the time line. The story itself has crystalized into a tale of people journeying to a promised land and losing themselves and their … Continue reading

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Rock My Religion by Dan Graham on ubu.com

I think you should watch this. Rock My Religion (1982-84) 1982-84, 55:27 min, b&w and color, sound http://www.ubu.com/film/graham_rock.html

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‘Research and Presentation of All That Remains of My Childhood 1944 – 1950′

‘Research and Presentation of All That Remains of My Childhood 1944 – 1950’,  the title of Christian Boltanskis’ artist’s book of 1969. Inside he writes,

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Some questions for an accent coach.

Accent construction: 1. How are accents made,  historically and geographically? 2. How does the body make an accent (the mechanics of the voice I guess)?

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Accumulation

This is footage of the night sky above Manchester, shot with Russell Moss in July 2010. I have been led to believe that the Stone Roses 1989 ‘Fools Gold‘ might be about the golden (sludgy yellow/brown) light that hangs over … Continue reading

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Tense Options

A bearded old man, an old man with a false beard or an actor in the costume of an old man with a beard. A few (3 or 4) stories from the amateur narrative fiction film will be in my … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Price at the Whitechapel

I went to a talk at the Whitechapel by Elizabeth Price, in which she went through her script and showed some films from a variety of sources as research for a film she is making for the Film London Artists’ … Continue reading

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