Issue 4 of Found Footage Magazine, which is a printed film studies journal distributed worldwide. It offers theorical, analytical and informative content related to found footage filmmaking practices. Text in English with full-color photos.
Special issue on Peter Tscherkassky.
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FFM fills the void created by the fact that there has not been, up to this time, any forum for the collection and dissemination of information, critical thinking, and discussion of found footage cinema including all its manifestations : recycled cinema, essay film, collage film, compilation film, archival cinema, mash-up...
FFM accomodates a selection of articles and sections aimed at exploring issues of ethics, politics, form and content related to the culture of recyled cinema : monographs, interdisciplinary essays, interviews and opinion pieces concerning the eclectic universe of found footage film-making.
DOSSIER: DIRTY MOVIES & SECOND HAND POETICS
(IN)APPROPRIATION: DIRTY MOVIES & SECOND HAND POETICS by Andre Habib
REVISITING THE DEGRADED/DEGRADING IMAGE: SUBVERSIVE DECAY, PARALLEL LEGACIES, AND RE-EROTICIZATION OF THE PORNOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE IN THE COLOR OF LOVE BY PEGGY AHWESH. by Alice Michaud-Lapointc
INTERVIEW WITH PEGGY AHWESH by Alice Michaud-Lapointe
TO STRIP AND TO TEASE: ARCHIVES AND CONCEALMENT IN FOUND FOOTAGE PORNOGRAPHY by Annaelle Winand and Eric Falardeau
INTERVIEW WITH ALEXEI DMITRIEV by Andre Habib
INTERVIEW WITH YVES-MARIE MAHE b3 Andre Habib
HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT: CASTLE COMPILATIONS AND NUDIE FILMS AS LOST INTERTEXTS FOR BRUCE CONNER'S A MOVIE AND MARILYN TIMES FIVE by Louis Pelletier
INDICTMENT AND POSSIBILITY IN KEN JACOBS' STAR SPANGLED TO DEATH by Zachariah Anderson
AESTHETIC VIOLENCE IN THE ANARCHIVAL TURN: ON THE INFINITE VISIONS OF HISTORY by Kamila Kuc
THERE'S A CRACK IN THE WORLD OF APPEARANCES: THOM ANDERSEN'S SLOW WRITING by Matthew Levine
SELF PORTRAIT POST MORTEM by Louise Bourque
INTERVIEW WITH CARLOS ADRIAN° by Scott MacDonald
FOUND FOOTAGE: A (LITTLE) POLEMIC by Peter Gidal
CONSTELLATIONS ARE JUST SMALL WHITE DOTS IN THE DARK: A CONVERSATION WITH JOHANN LURF ABOUT HIS WORK * by Alejandro Bachmann
THE GREEN FOG AND THE MADDIN MIST by Jonathan Rosenbaum
Archive()logy: Walter Benjamin and archival film practices (Catherine Russell. 2018) by Cesar Ustarroz Paolo Gioli: The Man without a Movie Camera (Edited by Alessandro Bordina and Antonio Somaini. 2014) by Matthew Levine
THE LOGISTICS OF SENSATION: AN INTERVIEW WITH PETER LICHTER AND BORI MATE by Dan Browne
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