Found Footage Magazine Issue 4 March 2018

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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.

 

Index :

 

Controlled Chaos: The Cinematic Unconscious of Peter Tscherkassky, by Matthew LevineThe

Trace of a Walk That Has Taken Place – a Conversation with Peter Tscherkassky, by Alejandro Bachmann

Aroma for the Eye,by Virgil Widrich

Lost Material and Found Footage: Peter Tscherkassky’s Dark Room—and Ours, by Jonathan Rosenbaum

A Sudden Passion 2: The Dockworker’s Dream by Bill Morrison, by Scott MacDonald

Remixology: An Axiology for the 21st Century and Beyond, by David J. Gunkel

Remixing Found Footage in the Age of Mass-Oriented Networks, by Oli Sorenson

Lost Objects: A Personal Journey Through Found Footage, by Yann Beauvais

Czechoslovakia 1968: Smuggled Footage, Cinematic Excess and the Politics of Cold War Propaganda, by Gracia Ramirez

The Rule and the Exception, by Mike Hoolboom

For It to Be Found It Need Not Have Been Lost in the First Place: Thoughts and Notes on the Form, by Julie Murray

Found Footage: Some Thoughts, by Malcolm Le Grice

A Hummingbird in Reverse: On Richard Kerr’s Morning…Came a Day Early, by Stephen Broomer

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Film History as Media Archaeology: Tracking Digital Cinema (Thomas Elsaesser, 2016), by Eszter Polonyi

Joseph Cornell Versus Cinema (Michael Pigott, 2013), by César Ustarroz

 

EXPLODING VISIONS

An Interview with Winston Hacking, by Clint Enns

 

ARTWORKS by Félix Dufour-Laperrière & Dominic Etienne Simard, Michael Fleming, Cécile Fontaine, Michael Higgins, Josh Lewis, Pablo Marín, Sam Spreckley and Peter Tscherkassky.

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