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Underground Film Links: September 4, 2011

By Mike Everleth ⋅ September 4, 2011

Guy Maddin's Hauntings

Well, last week’s links experiment was a big bomb, so here we go:

  1. The Winnipeg Free Press reviewed Guy Maddin’s Hauntings installation, which is currently up and being hosted by the WNDX Festival in Winnipeg.
  2. The National Alliance for Media Art + Culture profiled Chicago’s Video Data Bank about all the awesome stuff they do.
  3. Charles Judson of the Atlanta Film Festival has some awesome advice for filmmakers: How to write a proper film synopsis. I read so many awful ones of those, so please take heed, people!
  4. Not sure how much “underground” content is here, but Wide Screen magazine was nice enough to put a couple issues online for free.
  5. James Fotopoulos posts up lots of drawings and stills about his upcoming projects with no descriptions whatsoever. This one is pretty gross.
  6. Nathaniel Dorsky and his real life a night at the opera in the 1970s, his near-death experience in Death Valley and how he got back into filmmaking.
  7. Electric Sheep reviews two films at FrightFest 2011: Kill List and A Lonely Place to Die.
  8. Myriapod Journal has some very lovely film stills from Peter Hutton’s New York Portrait Chapters 1 and 2.

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