Director: Frank Fitzpatrick
Jungle Jazz combines an excellent new Jazz soundtrack with footage from several classic Soundies (the short films that were produced in the 1940s to accompany the popular songs of the day). Also invoking the spirit of 1950s propaganda scare films it is a clever and historically interesting work.
A visual exploration about the image of power in the post industrial age. The First Story utilises improvisational music techniques and assembles Super8 footage of imposing parades of trucks and frei… More »
A reinvented World War II bomber field provides the arena for man and his machines, the whiff of kerosene and the continuum of time in a deceptively hypnotic glimpse into an English drag meet And the… More »
A low-tech, low-budget record of the eponymous US guerrilla art group's drolly subversive interventions in globalised corporate culture Part infommercial. part manifesto, part performance, it pr… More »
Framed largely by the grim machinery of war and the flames of destruction, this moving collage of found and new footage travels the fatal path of kamikaze pilots in World War II. and offers up the po… More »
What's it like being Hepatitis C positive? This simple and succinct introspection was scribed with a rudimentary technology that itself echoes this degradation and breakdown. An abstracted and s… More »