A man in a hotel. A newscaster. A corpse under a bedsheet which suddenly awakens and postulates the advent of "sudden destruction".
TV newscast discard 1965, reprinted as found (maybe in a Canal St. bin, I forget) with exception of boosting volume second half.
In 1962, Pasolini was invited by an Italian newsreel producer to create a feature-length film essay from his company’s library of footage.
The documentary film portrays a night porter’s desire for total control over society.
A Hypno-Physycho-Vampiric spazzm of fanged advertisements with money-hungry, blood-thirsty grins.
I work with what I know—with whatever literalness memory will allow, embracing neuroses and the damaged or doomed parts of the psyche. These are my stories. (W.J.)
ONE OF A SERIES OF THREE FILMS WHICH SPEAK OF MISINFORMATION
IN THE LATE 1990'S THREE MEMBERS OF PRICE'S FAMILY GOT CANCER...
AN ON GOING SERIES OF FILM THAT WORK ON THE FLESH AND SKIN OF FILM SURFACE
As in Keren Cytter’s previous work, Video Art Manual strings together clichéd, Freudian-tinged narratives with a bad case of ADHD.