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4/18/05 10:08 AM
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Lynn@Renzos
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Edited: 18-Apr-05 10:08 AM
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Are any of you guys into these? Guys like Matt McCormick or Bill Brown? I really like this sort of stuff. I used to make them and show them years ago in galleries and a few museums, back in my fine art days. I am working on one now that should be around 20 minutes long. This is outside of the boxing doc that I am working on.
4/19/05 9:30 AM
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Edited: 19-Apr-05
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This stuff might not be for everyone. Usually it is lo-fi type stuff. 8mm handcut with vocal track dubbed over. They tend to be pretty short at times. Sundance Channel played "The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal" by McCormick last year. It was called one of the top 20 films of the year it was made. It is pretty much arthouse type stuff. If you go to peripheral produce's website, you can get them there. I don't where you can rent them.

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