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Peripheral Produce Summer DVD Sale

By Mike Everleth ⋅ July 18, 2013

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Peripheral Produce, the Portland, OR based underground film DVD distributor is having a major sale this summer, offering many of their discs for just $10.

Most of Peripheral’s products are compilation DVDs featuring the work of either a single artist or multiple filmmakers. Some of the discounted offerings include:

Naomi Uman: Milking and Scratching
Includes films: Leche, Mala Leche, Private Movie, Removed, and Hand Eye Coordination.

Matt McCormick: From Tugboats to Polar Bears
Includes films: Towlines (2004), Grounded (2004), American Nutria (2003), Past and Pending (2003), The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal (2001), Going to the Ocean (2001), The Vyrotonin Decision (1999) and Sincerely, Joe P. Bear (1999).

Deborah Stratman: Something Like Flying
Includes films: In Order Not To Be Here, Kings of the Sky, and From Hetty to Nancy.

The Auto-Cinematic Video Mix Tape
Includes films: Truth in Advertising by Negativland, Atlanta by Miranda July, Battles on the Astral Plane by Jon Raymond, Slow Gin Soul Stallion by Animal Charm, Warning by Vanessa Renwick, Love Child by Bryan Konefsky and more.

The Peripheral Produce All-Time Greatest Hits
Includes films: Miranda July’s Getting Stronger Every Day, Naomi Uman’s Removed, Sam Green’s N. Judah 5:30, Animal Charm’s Stuffing, Bryan Boyce’s Election Collectibles, Jim Finn’s Wustenspringmaus, Brian L. Frye’s Oona’s Veil, Matt McCormick’s The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, Vanessa Renwick’s Crowdog, and Bill Brown’s Buffalo Common.