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PostSubject: Medical Madness & Experiments in Terror @ WORM   Thu Apr 03, 2008 1:23 am

Yet another great film programme @ WORM! It's "double-feature" actually, so get ready to dig in! Smile

For €10,- you get 2 feature-length short film programmes and delicious dinner!!!

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MEDICAL MADNESS
UCLA School of Nursing – Pain And Its Alleviation
1961| 16mm | 20:00
One-of-a-kind educational film for nursing students on how to address pain management issues with their patients. With its eerie soundtrack, overwrought narration, and lurid cinematography, it comes as no surprise that the film was edited by Igo Kantor, a collaborator with Russ Meyer and Ed Wood.

Abel Klainbaum – The History of Choking (with Erick Estrada)
2002 | Video | 30:00
Please just trust us that you do not want to miss this groundbreaking look at the history of the Heimlich manoeuvre, which includes interviews with theinventor of the manoeuvre, clips from medical training films, and theatrical re-enactments of key choking accidents in Heimlich history. If you've always wanted to giggle like a schoolgirl and then choke on a popcorn kernel during a movie, this is the show to do it in. “If you eat or know someone who eats, this video is a must." - A. Klainbaum

VD Attack Plan
1973 | 16mm | 6:00
A humorous animated film on the dangers of venereal disease. Produced by The Walt Disney Company. (We’re not kidding!)

Barbra Hammer – “Sanctus”
1989 | 16mm | 19:00
"Sanctus composes and recomposes, in an astonishing found-footage film, a series of 'X' (ray) films shot in the 1950's by the doctor and film director James Sibley Watson."
-- Florent Guezengar

"In Sanctus, Barbara Hammer addresses in a visually and aurally stunning fashion the co-fragility of both human existence and the film emulsion, the raw material onto which she creates images."

-- Jon Gartenberg


DINNER
EXPERIMENTS IN TERROR
Creeping once more into the darkest corners of the cinematic imaginary, EXPERIMENTS IN TERROR unearths a body of ghoulish works to satisfy our most perverse celluloid cravings.

Usama Alshaibi – “Hold My Scissors”
Video | 4 mins. | 2004
Dominated by blood-thirsty Maenads, this video elaborates on the theme of
obsessive love_that rapidly manifests into a mythical gore-fest.

Damon Packard – “The Early 70s Horror Trailer”
Video | 9 mins. | 1999
Women run in terror throughout the eerie and deserted streets of Los Angeles in
1971.

Alfred Hitchcock – “Trailer for ‘Psycho’”
16mm | 8 mins. | 1960
A guided tour of Norman Bates’ Mansion courtesy of Hitch.

Wago Kreider – “Between Two Deaths”
Video | 6 mins. | 2006
A ghost of cinema past living in the present, shot at San Francisco's Mission
Dolores, site of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. The famous graveyard scene was
meticulously reconstructed. The new imagery was then superimposed with the
original to create a poetic and haunting work, a meditation on the history of
cinema.

Bela Lugosi – “Shipboard Interview”
16mm | 5 mins. | 1940s
Interview of Ed Wood-era Bela Lugosi.

J.X. Williams – “Psych-Burn” 16mm | 3 mins. | 1968
“Go-go dancers, blinking lights, and nighttime streets are superimposed through
multiple exposures with footage of skulls and terror-widened eyeballs…” – Jack
Sargeant

J.X. Williams – “Satan Claus”
16mm | 3 mins. | 1975
Dario Argento’s Profondo Rosso meets a Mexican Christmas film for children. A
holiday tragedy for the whole family!

J.X. Williams – “The Virgin Sacrifice”
16mm | 9 mins. | 1970
All that remains from J.X. Williams lost horror masterpiece…

Clifton Childree – “She Sank on Shallow Bank”
16mm | 12 mins. | 2006
She Sank on Shallow Bank is a collaborative project between Clifton Childree,
dancer/performance artist Nikki Rollason, and musician Daniel Hosker. Using
stop-motion animation, sculptural sets and dance, the film/installation creates a
disjointed narrative of the dreamlike psyche of a girl who has washed upon the
bank of a bay. The experience is inspired by early surrealistic filmmaking and
pushes the envelope of contemporary film/installation art, as well as redefining
ways to present dance.

The Mystery Reel
16mm | 15 mins. | ????
Various odds and ends – trailers, film clips, etc. I don’t remember what it is but I
bet it’s scary!

Peter Tscherkassky “Dream Work”
35mm | 10 mins. | 2001
A woman goes to bed, falls asleep, and begins to dream. This dream takes her to
a landscape of light and shadow, evoked in a form only possible through classic
cinematography.

April 6, 17:30, Achterhaven 148!

Be there, or be tetrahydrocular!

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