Category: Issue 27

UNTITLED

 by Dan Browne These frames are from an abandoned film, begun in 2006. My goal had been to create a ‘film of films’ that would merge a collage-based, found footage aesthetic with personal and autobiographical material, largely inspired by Jack Chambers’ The Hart…

Kaika: Invocation

Live recording of an expanded cinema performance, Gravity Spells, at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA. Gravity Spells was a month long performance series curated by John Davis highlighting Expanded Cinema and New Music in the Bay Area. Meyer sound provided…

Images of the World: Notes on Harun Farocki

Longtime OTHERZINE contributor David Cox will also be performing his latter-day operetta, Soviet Moon Fails about the doomed USSR lunar-landing on November 8th at Other Cinema! Notes on Harun Farocki’s Bilder der Welt und Inschrift des Krieges (Images of the World and the…

In the Shadow of Paul Bunyan

Nik Nerburn (born 1989, Bemidji, MN) is a research-based storyteller, experimental historian, filmmaker and archivist. He’s interested in essayistic interventions in archival materials to explore regional histories, focusing on stories that stand at the intersection of power, memory, nostalgia, and place.…

The Mission Miracle Mile Trilogy

In 2009, I made a trilogy of books about Mission Street in San Francisco. My walk along Mission Street echoed a former vision of Mission Street that is still barely visible in glimpses: a shopping mecca that extended a full mile…

Fall 2014 Issue 27: FRAME LINES

Welcome to Issue 27: FRAME LINES! Our wonderful contributors have again formed a remarkably cohesive issue that sits at the intersection of radically different trajectories, histories, and purposes. The frame line, an often-unused portion of motion picture film separating two…

A Virtual Avant

Martin Rumsby is a writer and experimental filmmaker. Active for many years in North America, he now lives in New Zealand. A Composite Conversation Compiled by Martin Rumsby: In February 2014 Al Razutis and I were chatting on Facebook about…