Film about a person’s passion for his belongings. Starring Marty Scott as himself. Featuring soundtrack by Occurrences in Rain and Lowell Levene-Sims
Found Footage Film about about a superhero struggling with persona.
Headphones recommended. Soundtrack by artists: David Eng, Bp Olar, Jacob Shelton, Craig Murray, Phil Andrews, Wounds (Winter Ambient Works) and the late Mr. Barry Titus. Starring Earl Woodruff as himself. Featuring the voice of actress Shannon Lark.
The EARL SESSIONS premiered in May of 2011, screening on six screens as part of the Dis-Place This Collection at the world renown Glue Factory Gallery in Glasgow, Scotland. Also the Earl Sessions was featured at the Museum Of Contemporary Art Buenos Aires with a live scored interpretation by sound artist Zigo Rayonpineal. Award: Most innovative film Pollygrind Underground Film Festival 2011.
The Forgotten Film Gallery was a curated blog documentary and video art installation project which showcased a collection of films from various video and sound artists dealing with interpretation of the forgotten and the indefinite time period during and after the present. The Forgotten Film Gallery also attempted to link the past, present and future using unique areas of the Mojave desert region and the World Wide Web as it’s gallery installation space.
The goal for the Forgotten Film Gallery was to unite the new with the old. Link the past to the future using the remoteness of the desert as the gallery space and the world wide web as a platform to share non commercial video-films.
Words and Voice by J de Salvo: thebicyclereview.net/
Written on the occasion of the death of William S. Burroughs.
Finally finished Marty House
Music Soundtrack by: Lowell Levene-Sims on BandCamp:
Also featuring Music by Occurrences in the Rain:
Bright Source a large for profit energy corporation plans to erect two solar towers at Hidden Hills. Not sure what will become of the Hidden Cathedral or Queho’s grave.
After our journey as astronauts to the forgotten planet. We learned perceptions have power. Television at the cathedral on a desert planet… surreal and beautiful experience for us. The crickets even played a live concerto with our TV’s! lol. Some highlights and sounds from the show.
Included in this segment:
Il Vangelo Secondo Matteo by Istvan Horkay
“my favorite color was blue” by H.D. Lang
Homo Sapiens 1 by Rouzbeh Rashidi
Spotter by Chris Marsh
Remembering Belle Isle by David Sanchez Burr
A 60 Seconds Study for ΙΚΑΡΟΣ by Roland Quelven
Concerto by the Crickets