Future Cinema

Course Site for Future Cinema 1 and Future Cinema 2: Applied Theory at York University, Canada

A few links

Heres a link to the entirety of my film, Tesseract, from which I showed an excerpt today: http://TesseractFilm.com/roughs.html
Also, this piece, Timecodes, has a similar thing going on: http://GARhodes.com/Timecodes.mov

The E-Ink I talked about, that came out of MIT media lab (through Phillips I guess) is here: http://eink.com/ there are some video clips at http://www.research.philips.com/technologies/display/ov_elpap.html though I couldn’t get them to work.

Also, I think this would be a good time to look at Peter Horvath. He makes these really great experimental films using QuickTime popup windows. My favorite is Either Side of an Empty Room (though he has many good ones): http://turbulence.org/studios/horvath/

Fri, September 16 2005 » Future Cinema, articles of interest, digital cinema, digital storytelling, early cinema, quicktime

One Response

  1. Elayne Zalis September 18 2005 @ 10:29 pm

    My article on women’s video might interest you. See “Dear diary revisited: transforming personal archives, Flag and Trick or drink,” published online at http://www.latrobe.edu.au/screeningthepast/firstrelease/fr1201/ezfr13a.htm. The history of video art (in its many guises) has more to contribute to studies of new media than scholars generally recognize. Please let me know of any studies you’re aware of that address this connection in depth.