Independent Film Show in Naples
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Independent Film Show in Naples
Project Instructions, Morgan Fisher 1976

Project Instructions, Morgan Fisher 1976

Dates: 3-7 November 2009 | Location: Naples

Fresh from their terrific job as guest curators at this year’s Impakt Festival,  curators Maria Palacios Cruz and Stoffel Debuysere are presenting two programmes for the Independent Film Show in Naples, 3 – 7 November 2009. (DE)CODING includes works by John Smith, Hollis Frampton and Robert Nelson, and there’s a programme of films by the brilliantly clever and witty Californian filmmaker Morgan Fisher – who’ll be there in person.
If you can’t make it to Naples then check out the website,  with stills and informative notes on films including avant-garde greats like Marie Menken, Mary Ellen Bute and Harry Smith.
And Stoffel’s web site Diagonal Thoughts provides excellent notes about the programmes and individual titles.

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