What is Film Program 16
Le Ring (1896) 35mm, 1 min (16 B/Sek)
A fixed camera gets images of traffic and passers-by in Vienna's chic thoroughfare, popularly known as Ringstrasse (The Ring), at a junction with another large street.
Ken Jacobs - Tom, Tom, The Piper’s Son (1969) 16mm, 115 min (16 B/Sek)
The minor movements of background actors and the bustling energy contained in antiquated celluloid frames.
Jacobs is an American experimental filmmaker.
Martin Arnold - Passage à l’acte (1993) 16mm, 12 min
An avant-garde sonic and visual reediting of a short clip from the classic 1962 film "To Kill a Mockingbird."
Arnold, an experimental filmmaker is known for his obsessive deconstruction of found footage. His films are intensely cut sequences in which several seconds of old movie clips are taken and stretched out into much longer works.