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  • Published: [Michigan] : Ann Arbor Film Festival, c2008.
  • Year Published: 2008
  • Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 86 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: DVD


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Time pieces : 46th Ann Arbor Film Festival, DVD collection. Volume 1.

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Call number: DVD 791.43 Ti

Available Copies: Downtown 1st Floor, West Adult

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Originally produced between 2005 and 2007.

Special features include experiments, video installations and behind-the-scene footage from participating directors.

A painful glimpse into my writing process : (in less than 60 seconds) / directed, produced & designed by Chel White ; written by Scott Poole (2 min., 2005) -- Doxology / a film by Michael Langan (7 min., 2007) -- The drift / Kelly Sears (9 min., 2007) -- The adventure / a Fake Wood Wallpaper production ; written and directed by Mike Brune ; produced by Alex Orr, Swindy Films & Mike Brune (22 min., 2007) -- Li : the patterns of nature / a film by John N. Campbell (9 min., 2007) -- Frog Jesus / written & directed by Ben Peters ; made in association with Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society (2 min.) -- Number one / Leighton Pierce (11 min., 2007) -- Office suite / [Robert Todd] ; help from Tessa Day ... [et al.] ; Flappingbird (14 min., 2007) -- Energie! / Thorsten Fleisch (5 min., 2007) -- Portrait #2: Trojan / a film by Vanessa Renwick (5 min.).

Narrator, (A painful glimpse into my writing process) Richard Moore.

Voice (The drift) Anthony McCann, (Frog Jesus) Benjamin Peters.

(Doxology) Michael Langan, Bob Bernstein, Josh Jordan, Adam Mazer, (Adventure) John Curran, Deborah Childs, Tim Stoltenberg, Dave Quay, (Frog Jesus) Colton Boreen.

Independent, experimental and artistically-inspired films by individual filmmakers promoting the art of film shown at the Ann Arbor Film Festival.


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