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#08970

365 A Movie a Day

Artist
Midi Onodera
Price
$100.00
Date
2009
Publisher
Daruma Pictures Inc
Format
Video
ISBN
978-0-9812546-1-6
Size
13.5 × 19 cm
Description

Canadian filmmaker Midi Onodera created a short video every day for a year and posted them on her website in 2008. These daily movies are diminutive slices of like in short film, sometimes funny, sometimes unsettling, always thought provoking. Running between 30 and 60 seconds, they were shot with a variety of toy cameras and digital video formats and are designed for viewing on mobile devices.

Midi Onodera has been making films and videos for over twenty-five years. Her critically acclaimed work has been featured in numerous international exhibitions and screenings and is included in universities, public libraries and gallery collections.

Disk 1 (DVD-ROM): 365 Movies; 10 Holiday Movies

Disk 2 (DVD-video): Interviews and Essays. Includes: Kass Banning: “Screens and Frames” (2008) 5:15; Janine Marchessault: “Reflections on Micro Movies” (2008) 11:50; Midi Onodera: “A Movie a Day” (2008) 8:06; “Mini-Cinema: A Digital Diary for iPod” by Catherine Russell (PDF essay); “A Movie a Day and other Film Calendars” by Michael Zryd (PDF essay)

Note: Public presentation rights for Libraries and other educational contexts are available for this DVD at a separate price point. Please inquire for more information.

  1. 365 A Movie a Day
 

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