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Shlohmo – Just Us

artsolut Berlin


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from Oliver Schneider on Vimeo.

ACMV Co-Editor Oliver Schneider will take part in the “artsolut Berlin Festival” on August 16th 2011 at Lido, Berlin.

The Artsolut is a festival showcasing Berlin based artists from different genres such as music, film, art, poerty and theater. Oliver be presenting a selection of his still videos, possibly (tbd) accompanying the Street-Kraut-Rock band “Camera“, Continue Reading →

Holton Rower – Tall Painting

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Directing, Cinematography, Editing – Dave Kaufman

Paintings – Holton Rower

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Stefan Fähler

Stefan Fähler is a Berlin based illustrator and musician, he creates great twisted characters and collages. Stefan followed an invitation to participate in the “Quentin vs Coen” exhibition in New York at Bold Hype Gallery in April 2011 and designed the artwork for the brandnew Hanin Elias release and also co-directed her new video together with Dacio Pinheiro and Tom Ehrhardt. Continue Reading →

Shlohmo – Hot Boxing the cockpit

Hot Boxing The Cockpit from Beppo Albrecht on Vimeo.

Video produced at the University of Applied Science HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd by Miriam Bröckel and Beppo Albrecht.

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System – Drk (live version)

© 2011 Rump Recordings

http://www.rump-recordings.dk/releases/16

Dub Trio – Casting Out The Nines (live)

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I like almost still videos, it’s like adding an other dimension to a photographic portrait, streching the act of taking a picture in time. “L’Enfer” by Henri-Georges Clouzot is a never finished psychedelic experiment in lighting and movie techniques literally starring a wonderful Romy Schneider.

A familiar project is the first officially published DVD by Andy Warhol “13 Most Beautiful… Songs for Andy Warhol’s Screen Tests”. You can watch Lou Reed drinking a coke and some girl toothbrushing. Warhol shot around 500 portraits and the original material was around two minutes each and was stretched to five minutes in slow motion. Continue Reading →