Peggy Ahwesh

Strange Weather (1993) DVD NTSC, black and white, 50 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Philosophical

"Strange Weather deals with a quartet of crack addicts in Miami, just sitting around, while outside, the biggest hurricane of the century is about to hit. The Pixelvision camera roams restlessly through the apartment, focusing nervously on the tiniest details, but never staying in any one spot for very long. Meanwhile, the addicts engage in desultory conversation, or make phone calls, or tell stories about their past experiences. The point is that attention is never in the here and now. It is always shifting around and being refocused elsewhere. Nothing 'happens' in the course of the film, which is to say that what really happens is the empty passage of time." -- Steven Shaviro Made with Margie Strosser.

DVD NTSC Sale: $$100.00

Rachel Amodeo

What About Me (1993) 16mm, black and white, 87 min

Genre: Narrative

Keywords: Economics

WHAT ABOUT ME tells the story of a young woman, Lisa Napolitano (Rachel Amodeo), who through uncontrollable circumstances, finds herself homeless in New York City. The film portrays her gradual deterioration as she exists on the streets, intermingling with outcasts of society. Along the ways she encounters a shell shocked Vietnam veteran, Nick (Richard Edson); a nihilistic east-villager, Tom (Nick Zedd); and a sympathetic good samaritan, Paul (Richard Hell). WHAT ABOUT ME was shot on location in the Lower East Side and Tompkins Square Park. It also includes footage of the homeless shanty-town that existed in the park from 1989 through 1990. It features music by Johnny Thunders.

Rental: $200.00
16mm Rental: $200.00

Martin Arnold

passage a l'acte (1993) 16mm, color, 12 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Family, Found Footage, Structural

Given context: a Hollywood text from the early sixties; a family breakfast with husband, wife, son and daughter. Inscribed: a re-petition of what is diminished, set apart and alien; a symptom. Four people at the breakfast table, an American family, locked in the beat of the cutting table. The short, pulsating sequence at the family table shows, in its original state, a classic, deceptive harmony. Arnold deconstructs this scenario of normality by destroying its original continuity. It catches on the tinny sounds and bizarre body movements of the subjects, which, in reaction, become snagged on the continuity. The message, which lies deep under the surface of the family idyll, suppressed or lost, is exposed -- that message is war. "The first shock, the first flight, the fear at the beginning of the film: The son jumps up from the table and throws open the door, which sticks in an Arnoldian loop of hard, hammering rhythm. He is compelled to return to the table by a mechanically repeated paternal order, 'Sit down.' And at the end, when the two children spring up, finally released from their bondage, Arnold is again caught at the door; at the infernally hammering door, as if it were completely senseless to try to leave here -- this location of childhood and two-faced cinema." -- Stefan Grissemann

Rental: $36.00
16mm Rental: $36.00

Colin Barton

Images of a Broken Face (1993) 16mm, color, 7.30 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Philosophical, Political / Social Activism

IMAGES OF BROKEN FACE, is the intertwining of three films: an art film, a social/political satire, and a narrative. Featuring actor James McKay in the story section, the film flows through layers of distortion and creates a collaged landscape of image and sound. The social/political satire, LOBSTER AND COW, reflects the current social gender rolls of boys and girls, in my generation. A library of collaged broken faces appear first. Five frames of 35mm film are shot horizontally, and some is 16mm collage work.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Maria Beatty

Imaging Her Erotics: Carolee Schneemann (1993) VHS NTSC, color, 5.00 min

Keywords: Body

The result of year's collaboration between Beatty and Schneemann. Beatty's original video sequences intertwine with Schneemann's own vocabulary and visual style, creating a cumulative history from Schneemann's recurrent themes and symbols. Schneemann's command of painting, sculpture, performance and video art, as channels of self-alteration and transgression, provide a provocative look at feminist art history and depictions of sexuality. Her works through the past three decades are central to the art of the 1990s -- especially the prevalent view of the body as a site of identity and political struggle. Beatty has created a unique, feminist alternative to the traditional "portrait of an artist."

Rental: $100.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $100.00

Cassis Blush

Marc Ribot: Descent Into Baldness (1993) VHS PAL, color, 33 min

Genre: Documentary

Keywords: Art & Artists, Music

This 1995 documentary peels back a few discordant layers from the life of guitarist Marc Ribot. Schooled in classical guitar, with a voice filtered through Haitian traditions, recondite self-exploration and political commentary, Ribot is an intriguing subject who manages to give a lot away without ever really giving you anything. Director Cassis wanders with him through rehearsal spaces, stages and streets to explore what makes the musician (who later went on to found Los Cubanos Postizos) tick. German director Cassis uses a captivating blend of lo-fi camerawork to explore the avant-guard world surrounding Ribot, while seeming to have a great time herself. In fact, working on the film inspired her to go out and found her own band. After watching this, those in the stranglehold of their own artsy proclivities may feel the same way.--Geoff Girvitz

Rental: $75.00
VHS PAL Rental: $75.00

Will Bragger

Portrait of a Crooked Cross (1993) 16mm, color, 16 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Spiritual / Mystical

Mental trials of a woman who has been through twenty years of the Catholic experience. The images of the film are literal interpretations of dreams from this time period.

Rental: $35.00
16mm Rental: $35.00

Stan Brakhage

Blossom Gift/Favor (1993) 16mm, color, 1/2 min

Genre: Experimental

Dedicated to Doug Edwards. All titles dominate linguistically; in that sense, any film would be better left unnamed. This little hand-painted work attempts to BE a visual "flowering," and as it is (as Film is) a continuity art, it would seek some visual corollary of the whole growth process (root, stem, leaves, blue sky and the bloody-gold growth of the meat/mind electricity of the filmmaker) -- but without mimic of either flower or thought process ... clear through to Film's clear "blossoming" in the passage of light.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Ephemeral Solidity (1993) 16mm, color, 5 min

Genre: Experimental

This is one of the most elaborately edited of all the hand-painted films of late -- a Haydnesque complexity of thematic variations on a totally visual (i. e., un-musical) theme. This film is composed of 35mm hand-painted images reduced to 16mm film, single-frames, shots of two, three, four frames and, occasionally, slightly longer shots, all interspersed with a variety of calculated lengths of black leader which cause a flickering of abstract patterns in rhythmed darkness.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Harrowing, The/Tryst Haunt (1993) 16mm, color, 5 min

Genre: Experimental

A hand-painted film which has been photographically step-printed to create varieties of tempo in mimic of sparking and molten rock. The recurrent centrality of certain painted forms, and the exploding magma-like flickering repetitions of all that surrounds the forms, suggests a harrowing process.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Stellar (1993) 16mm, color, 2.5 min

Genre: Experimental

This is a hand-painted film which has been photographically step-printed to achieve various effects of brief fades and fluidity-of-motion, and makes partial use of painted frames in repetition (for "close-up" of textures). The tone of the film is primarily dark blue, and the paint is composed (and rephotographed microscopically) to suggest galactic forms in a space of stars.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Study in Color and Black and White (1993) 16mm, color, 2.5 min

Genre: Experimental

The title is almost the whole of any possible description of this hand-painted and photographically step-printed film which exhibits variably shaped small areas of color (in a dark field) which explode into full frames of textured color interwoven with white scratch patterns that create a considerable sense of interior depth and three-dimensional movement.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Stan Brakhage

Three Homerics (1993) 16mm, color, 6 min

Genre: Experimental

This film is composed of three sections created to accompany a piece of music (by Barbara Feldman) on a Homeric poem: 1) "Diana holds back the night ..." is represented by dark shapes suppressing (almost angularly interfering with) orange-golden effusions of paint and the reflective paint-shapes of early morning greens (as if silhouettes or arm and bodily profile were shading the light), 2) Homer's "... rolling sea ..." represented by hand-painted step-printed dissolves of blues in wave shapes, bubbles, and the soft browns and tender greens of seaweed, flotsam-jetsam, and 3) "Ah, love again, the light" represented by painted explosions of multiple hues and lines recurrently interrupted by the "blush" of soft suffusing reds.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

John Campbell

Gravuren DeSade (1993) 16mm, color, 3 min

Genre: Animation, Experimental

Keywords: Erotic

A whimsical look at some extreme forms of human sexual expression. Woodcut engravings are combined with film-scratch animation and chemically toned footage in this kinestasis style animation. My intention was to create a film that would look like an artifact; a long-hidden film with degraded images reflecting secret desires.

Rental: $40.00
16mm Rental: $40.00

Doris Chase

Chelsea, The (1993) DVD NTSC, VHS NTSC, color & b/w, 67 min

Genre: Documentary, Experimental

Keywords: Environment & Nature, History

A video documentary exploring a particular fulcrum between art and society. THE CHELSEA combines music, paintings, passages of literature, interviews, and parties. New York City's Chelsea Hotel is an important traditional and sometimes notorious haven for artists. Conceived as an artists cooperative it has always been a home to creative people... Mark Twain lived here. Dylan Thomas died here. Arthur Miller moved out. Sid killed Nancy. And Arthur C. Clark wrote 2001: A Space Odyssey. Others who lived there throughout history: Sarah Bernhardt, William Burroughs, O. Henry, Thomas Wolfe, Virgil Thomson, Jane Fonda, Bette Davis, Janis Joplin, and Jimi Hendrix. "It's an experience a bit like peering through uncurtained windows at dusk. Chase puts this personal account together, not of fame or fortunes made or missed in the Chelsea, but of how creative people live together." -- Karen Jaehne

Rental: $75.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $75.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $75.00

DVD NTSC Sale: $75.00

Anja Czioska

Four Film Scribbles (1993) 16mm, black and white, 12 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists

Rental: $35.00
16mm Rental: $35.00

Cecilia Dougherty

Joe-Joe (1993) VHS NTSC, color, 52 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Erotic, Queer / Bi / Trans

"In this tape, the life of gay playwright Joe Orton becomes the raw material for a queer lesbian theater of the absurd. Dougherty and Singer manage to create just the right visual universe for Joe-Joe and for their various enterprises: literary, sexual, familiar and otherwise. Primitive pixelvision-" -- Judith Halberstam Sale: $100 individual, $200 institutional

Rental: $75.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $75.00

Jeroen Eisinga

40-44-PG (1993) 16mm, , 3 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Philosophical

On a small B road outside the city, near an electric mast, a Volkswagen Beetle circles around without a driver. Within the same circuit a blindfolded man walks in the in opposite direction from the car. From time to time he narrowly misses the mechanically-drive vehicle. There is never an actual collision, and he doesn't get run over. In the distance a black parked car can sometimes be detected

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Jeroen Eisinga

Canoe (RED) (1993) 16mm, , 4 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Philosophical

A young man sits in a red canoe in a ditch in a Dutch meadow. He hasn't got a paddle and the canoe isn't moving - the ditch is so narrow that it would be impossible to move anyway. The yound man, the artist Jeroen Eisinga himself, has an unexpectant look, unfocussed and unprotesting, almost resigned. Every now and again he glances casually over his shoulder, or makes the canoe wobble slightly.

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Jeroen Eisinga

Night Porter (1993) 16mm, , 7 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Dance, Philosophical

The picture is split vertically on the screen. At the left a figure lies on the ground in a cocoon-like sleeping bag, seen from above. On the right side an obscure ballet finds place with a dog a man and turning door. The man lets some chickens escape from inside his coat.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Doloris Holmes

Searching For The Women Of The Left Bank, a play by Doloris Holmes (1993) VHS NTSC, color, 83 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Literature & Theater

Contemporary writer following a tragedy conjures literary/artistic greats from Paris during 1920s-40s: Josephine Baker, Anaïs Nin, Antonin Artaud, Gertude Stein, and others. Tape includes visit to the studio of the playwright, describing meeting, and friendship with Anïs Nin, including interviewing her for Archives of American Art. Five minute promotional: rental $20

Rental: $55.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $55.00

Michael Johnson

Gone With The Beep (1993) 16mm, color, 30 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Comedy, Technology

Character-comedy about people and answering machines.

Rental: $40.00
16mm Rental: $40.00

Lewis Klahr

Pharaoh's Belt, The (1993) 16mm, color, 55 min

Genre: Experimental

"In his most masterful film to date, Lewis Klahr provides a lesson in modern hieroglyphics, assembling collages of contemporary demons and divinities in the guise of advertising images culled from a consumer culture's larger-than-life presentation of its products and the ecstasies they offer. These hyperbolic presences with their radiant colors and alternate promises and pitfalls provide the landscape for a childhood quest that teeters between nightmare and promised land, as Klahr's characters negotiate a labor of extrication from the morass of Betty Crocker chocolate icing, formica kitchens and parental phantoms toward a mastery of the imagination and the attaining of true love." -- Tom Gunning

Rental: $120.00
16mm Rental: $120.00

John Knecht

Possible Fog of Heaven, The (1993) 16mm, color, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

THE POSSIBLE FOG OF HEAVEN is a consideration of the dimensionality of metaphysics and the metaphysics of dimensionality. Elvis speaks for the first time from the afterlife, describing in voice over and graphic text, his experience in Heaven. The Structure of the tape follows the King's last prescription. --J. K.

Rental: $50.00
16mm Rental: $50.00

Ken Kobland

Moscow X (1993) VHS NTSC, , 56 min

Genre: Experimental

A city-journal. Moscow, in the fall of 1990. Between the-not-yet and the-no-longer; the paradise-that-never-was, and the one-that-never-is. --K. K. (Shot on 16mm)

Rental: $200.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $200.00

Saul Levine

Later Later Dutch Master Later (1993) 16mm, reg8mm, color, 1 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists

Conceived, performed and edited by Saul Levine. Camera by Pelle Lowe. The title says it. "A film in the old style." -- Bill Brand

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00
Reg8mm Rental: $20.00

Lana Lin

Mizu Shobal (Water Business) (1993) 16mm, color, 12 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Ethnic / Multicultural, Political / Social Activism

Mizu Shobai (Water Business) blends two stories, one of a geisha who is lost at sea and another of the first geisha to circle the world. "Through lyrical images and narrative shards, Lin builds a critique of the ways in which the figure of the Japanese woman exists in the imaginary." -- Manohla Dargis, LA Weekly

Rental: $50.00
16mm Rental: $50.00

Mara Mattuschka

Beauty And The Beast (1993) 16mm, black and white, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

The child (beauty) in the belly and later in the claws of the beast (mother).

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Mara Mattuschka

S. O. S. Extraterrestria (1993) 16mm, black and white, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

The world as a plaything for a giantess from outer space. A godzilla-imitation on the way to herself: the giantess from outer space in the streets of a big city, fooling around, producing destruction, copulating with the Eiffel Tower.

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Peter Moore

Stockhausen's Originale: Doubletakes (1993) 16mm, black and white, 32 min

Genre: Experimental

Peter Moore filmed Stockhausen's Originale at Charlotte Moorman's 2nd Annual New York Avant Garde Festival in 1964. Originale had an all star cast. Among them artist and happenings innovator, Allan Kaprow; Video and performance artist Nam June Paik; musicians James Tenney, Max Neuhaus, Charlotte Moorman, Alvin Lucier and David Behrman; Filmmaker Robert Breer; poets Jackson Mac Low and Allen Ginsberg; and Fluxus artist Dick Higgins. Moore did not begin to edit this until 1993, shortly before his death. Art Historian Barbara Moore, his wife and active archive collaborator for over 30 years, and film editor Susan Editor complete this 16mm a year later. It received its world premiere at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, in 1996 and its New York Premiere in the New Documentaries series at the Museum of Modern Art in 1997.

Rental: $90.00
16mm Rental: $90.00

Orlagh Mulcahy

Printer Starlet (1993) 16mm, black and white, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Julie Murray

Conscious (1993) 16mm, color, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

A melding of camera original and found material teetering on an edge of a dim realization which, in this flux reality, is evident only in the fissures of splintered associations. Obscured among visceral absurdities and lightweight witticisms seeps a viscera, an acrid recollection, enmeshed in the intangibles and incongruities of aniline shadows. The residue of coming to.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Lee Murray

Journals of the Electric Plague: Act One (1993) 16mm, color, 10 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Tony Pemberton

Description of a Struggle (1993) 16mm, color, 23 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00

Jennifer Reeves

Monsters in the Closet (1993) 16mm, color, 15 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: queer_bi

Dirty little girl stories, girl gangs, and other tales from the closets of adolescence.

Rental: $45.00
16mm Rental: $45.00

Hans Scheugl

(Calcutta) Go (1993) 16mm, color, 9 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Ethnic / Multicultural

An Indian, when walking, never stops. An obstacle only makes him change directions. To go is like the flow of life itself, ugly as it may be. Calcutta, once one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is now one of the saddest and poorest ones. Its traffic is hell. But still, it flows. -- H.S.

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Hans Scheugl

Prince of Peace (1993) 16mm, color, 8 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Erotic

The entrace to a men's toilet in an underground pedestrian passage in Vienna. Church bells are heard in the distance. In a merciless editing rhythm, anonymous men are brought ever closer to the opaque glass door, in rhythmic stanzas they are sucked ever deeper inside the room one can't see into. In between there are photos from a pornographic magazine, in which a tattooed Saviour is placed in a direct connection with the sexual intercourse between two men -- all to the sounds of ghastly brass band music. PRINCE OF PEACE is written under the Redeemer's face.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Joel Schlemowitz

Channeled Energies (1993) 16mm, color, 3 min

Genre: Experimental

3 minutes of painful and pleasurable images glimpsed in negative juxtaposed with a single long scratch played on an optical reader on the soundtrack. Screenings include: London Film Festival, 1993; Whitney Museum, 2000; "SEXperimental" Ocularis, Broolyn, NY, 2001

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Joel Schlemowitz

Poem for the Past (1993) 16mm, color, 4.5 min

Genre: Experimental

A filmic analogy for the elusiveness of the past. The operations of unconventional printing techniques representing the processes of memory. The film begins with 8mm home movies laid in a jumble over 16mm stock and exposed with a flashlight, and ends with the home movies run through a 16mm contact printer.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Bill Morrison

Death Train, The (1993) 16mm, b&w, 17 min min

"The Death Train" was originally conceived of as part of John Moran's opera 'Everyday Newt Burman'. The film was honored with a Bessie Award for outstanding design achievement during the 1992-93 theater season. The opera was produced by Ridge Theatre, directed by Bob McGrath, and staged at La Mama, E.T.C., in 1993. A history of cinema is played out during the film's lifetime. Early train footage and zoetrope animation are combined with mid-century newsreel and educational films, concluding finally in a long modern aerial shot. Each frame is a compartment in the train of film, pausing briefly before our eyes to be observed, thereby living its life in the screening, while being carried to the Hereafter.

Rental: $60
16mm Rental: $60

Madeline Schwartzman

soma-sema (1993) 16mm, color, 21 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Literature & Theater

The story of Orpheus is set in the physics building, where a hypnotic lecture on black holes serves as narration for the myth. Orpheus, played by acclaimed New York City cabaret singer Ann Hampton Callaway, makes a stunning singing descent through fantastical labs and observatories to retrieve Eurydice from Hades, a room eternally projecting the failures of modern science.

Rental: $55.00
16mm Rental: $55.00

Walter Ungerer

6 X 6 (1993) DVD NTSC, color, 35 min

Genre: Narrative, Experimental

The film is an improvised story about a young man who meets a young woman in a public place. He attempts to establish a friendship. This situation is played out three time, each time with different characters and different actors in different locations. What occurs unfolds differently with each story. In each situation the actors don't know each other. They respond spontaneously as they create the dialogue and the narrative.

Rental: $25.00
16mm Rental: $25.00

Jack Waters

Diotima (1993) 16mm, color, 30 min

Genre: Experimental

A cinematic essay on the great pornography debate. A classically stylized setting expounding the contrasting views of noted scholars, with the inclusion of text generated and delivered by the cast. With Peter Cramer, Esther Kaplan, Adrian Saich, Jocelyn Taylor, Cherie Weitzner. Music by Paul DJ Spooky Miller. Diotima Re-examines the 'Great Porn Debate' that factioned '70s feminists into today's designated camps of pro and con. Dryly satiric, it juxtaposes the early writings of Andrea Dworkin (then a lone voice challenging the morality of traditional, read: hetero sexuality) with the misogynistic 19th century pessimism of Schopenhauer. Diotima's sexual politics interject a queer discourse that combined with the feminist philosophies are brought up to date with the inclusion of text generated by the cast in a form reflective of Plato's Symposium, a classical discourse on erotics. The character Diotima was significant as the only female portrayed in the Symposium. The film, with it's stylishly neoclassical art direction and it's acerbically irreverent humor is a contemporary analytic of the erotic inspired by a reading of the book 100 Years Of Homosexuality, a collection of essays compiled by David M. Halperin.

Rental: $60.00
16mm Rental: $60.00

Dan Woodruff

Fragment from Unidentified Lost Horror Film (1993) 16mm, color, 2 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Dan Woodruff

Life and Death of a Hollywood Superstar (1993) 16mm, color, 2 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Dan Woodruff

Spirit Departing, The (1993) 16mm, color, 2 min

Genre: Experimental

Rental: $20.00
16mm Rental: $20.00

Rohesia Hamilton Metcalfe

La Blanchisseuse (1993) 3/4" NTSC, DVD NTSC, VHS NTSC, Beta SP NTSC, black and white, 11 min

Genre: Experimental

Keywords: Art & Artists, Literature & Theater, Philosophical, Political / Social Activism

Experimental video examining the emotional and aesthetic underpinnings of the tendency that still exists for women to take a greater responsibility than men for domestic work and nurturing. The images of a woman ironing pay homage in their composition to paintings of laundresses by such artists as Edgar Degas, Honoré Daumier, Edouard Manet, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and others. Many of the paintings of laundresses by these artists create an ambiguously gentle impression, portraying the task of laundry as sensual, feminine, and producing contentment. La Blanchisseuse examines the relationship between the images with which we have grown up and the expectations women place upon themselves. Equally poignant texts -- from Intrusion (Denise Levertov), Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law (Adrienne Rich), and To The Lighthouse (Virginia Woolfe) -- scroll over the images, alluding both to the pull of tradition for a woman to provide nurturing care to others and to the sense of betrayal and rejection that can be the reward for providing such care. A music soundtrack, composed by Anthony Moore, supports a sense of meditation on the inherent ambiguities.

3quarterInch NTSC Rental: $75.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $75.00
VHS NTSC Rental: $75.00
BetaSP NTSC Rental: $100.00

3quarterInch NTSC Sale: $400.00
DVD NTSC Sale: $300.00
VHS_NTSC Sale: $300.00
BetaSP NTSC Sale: $500.00

Walter Ungerer

Recent Computer & Digital Works 1993-2002 (1993-2002) DVD NTSC, color, 58 min

Genre: Experimental

Kingsbury Beach (1999) 7 mins. Untitled 2.1 (2002) 10 mins. The Awakening (2002) 10 mins.

Rental: $120.00
DVD NTSC Rental: $120.00

Jean-Jacques Lebel

Les Avatars de Venus (1993-2007) DVD PAL, Color, 40 min

Genre: Documentary, Experimental

Les Avatars de Venus (2007) video 40 min Le Cow-boy et l'Indien de Alain Fleischer (1993) video 58 min Monument a Felix Guattari de Francois Pain (1994) video 90 min Le Visiteur de Alain Fleischer (1998) video 45 min Day Nine de Jonas Mekas (2007) video 8 min "The process leading to the making of the film-installation Les Avatars de Venus goes back thirty years to the thousands of images I began picking up - from news stands, bookshops, libraries, museums, flea markets as I traveled around the world. Finally, I collected a giant image-bank of different incarnations of Venus spreading across time and space, coming from all continents, all civilizations, all epochs." - Jean-Jacques Lebel

DVD PAL Sale: $38.00 Individual Home-Use Only

Vera Neubauer

Live TV (1993) DVD_PAL, Color , 1 min

Genre: Documentary, Experimental, Installation

Keywords: Political/social activism

How our lives become entangled in media, and media becomes part of our lives.

DVD PAL Rental: $30

Emily Hubley

Enough (1993) 16mm, color, 5 min

Genre: Animation

Keywords: political & social activism

A person finds a magical fish, wishes for "it all" and learns a lesson about when enough is enough. music: Georgia Hubley & Ira Kaplan, sound: Don Christensen

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

Faith Hubley

Cloudland (1993) 16mm, color, 9 min

Genre: Animation

Keywords: arts & artists, environment & nature , ethnic & multicultural , spiritual & mystical

Inspired by Australian Aboriginal art and mythology, Sunwoman wakes up the Earth. A human male gives birth to bandicoots and babies. The gifts of the ancestors are revealed in the paintings of the Mimis: Spirit Power, good food, rites of death, love magic and a joyful journey to the Mystery Place.

Rental: $30.00
16mm Rental: $30.00

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