Cinemad: 2009 Short Film Almanac

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Cinemad: 2009 Short Film AlmanacTo celebrate 10 years of covering unusual films and filmmakers, Cinemad magazine presents a compilation of short films that defy simple categorization.  An accompanying 60 page booklet includes interviews with each filmmaker.  Produced by Mike Plante and Andrea Grover. 

- Edge-TV with Animal Charm (Animal Charm, 2008, 3 min)
- above below (Cam Archer, 2008, 4 min)
- letters (Stephanie Barber, 2000, 4 min)
- Valse Triste (Bruce Conner, 1978, 5 min)
- Pictures from Dorothy (Kevin Jerome Everson, 2003, 6 min)
- The Sun (James Fotopoulos, 2000, 3 min)
- lot 63, grave c (Sam Green, 2006,  10 minutes)
- War (trailer) (Jake Mahaffy, 2004, 84 minutes (excerpt))
- Wellness (trailer) (Jake Mahaffy, 2007, 90 minutes (excerpt))
- Motion Studies #3: Gravity (Jake Mahaffy, 2004, 3 minutes)
- Light is Calling (Bill Morrison, 2004,  8 minutes)
- Viscera (Leighton Pierce, 2004-2005, 11 minutes)
- The Time We Killed (Jennifer Reeves, 2004, 6:20 minutes)
- How Among the Frozen Words (Deborah Stratman, 2005, 44 seconds)
- It Will Die Out in the Mind (Deborah Stratman, 2006, 3:50 minutes)
- The Magician’s House (Deborah Stratman, 2007, 5:45 minutes)

DVD NTSC, Region free, 77 minutes, 24,95 USD. Available through Aurora Picture Show or Microcinema.

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