EAST OF PULSE, a projection for Annie Stevens’ & the Virginia Tech Percussion Ensemble’s performance of Henry Cowell’s PULSE, using imagery adapted from George Melford’s EAST OF BORNEO. Lyric Theatre, Blacksburg, VA, November 4, 2017. Karl Precoda co-producer.
KAITIAKITANGA: THREE ENDEAVORS IN CONSERVATION O TE TAU IHU is a wonderful project that I feel lucky to have edited for Dawson Dunning.
It's always great, years later, to see the final film when you're just one of its many cinematographers. On SOURCE TO SEA: THE COLUMBIA RIVER SWIM I spent a few days with Chris Swain, just as he was beginning his epic journey.
I ran a camera just one day for PRODIGAL SONS--but it was an interesting day for sure. It was hoot to hear my name is somewhere in the credits.
If down, as a maker, watch Ursula’s 1975 Aussiecon address.
The Implicit Association Test is worth taking.
And here’s a few of the short films I sometimes show in class (this list is about 300 films too short). (Just go to Short of the Week already!)
Red Green (I don’t know this great little film’s actual title, or really anything about it. Any info would be great appreciated!)
The Last Farm. (It’s on YouTube for free, but support Icelandic Cinema!)
Round About Five (wildcat link—please let me know if you can find an official one)
Zucht (wildcat link)
Evolution (Often copied, but still one of the best one-minute film, IMO).
Bears Ears (A multimedia/VR project backed by Patagonia. Make sure to experience the 360 content!)
And here, in 3 minutes, thanks to Van Draussen, is almost everything I can teach you.
Oh, one of my students just brought in Existential Bummer. It's pretty cool too. (And it preceded Interstellar by a year!)