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Shot On Blood: Kozmikonic Electronica

  • 57 mins
  • 40%
  • All Ages
  • Canada FlagCACanada
  • 2010
  • Cult
  • Documentaries

1/2 of the film was shot using a hand cranked 35mm camera, a 1912 Bell and Howell 2709 — B. The other half of the film was shot in HD. The film was hand processed and using the colour matrix and gamma of a hand made emulsion (using my own tinted blood cells for grain — based on a 1930’s patent) the film was transferred to high definition video. Digital cinema though apparently greatly distanced from the naturalism enjoyed by emulsion can be made to be much more reflective of the complexity and morphology of nature and natural processes. — analog / binary — & electricity & hydro power & British Columbia & the beginnings of cinema via Eadweard Muybridge & the energy certificates of the Technocracy party & the absolute value of noise & the year 1957 & regional modernism & the Big Bang & Vermeer's “Milk Maid” & Poincaré recurrence theorem & the great Canadian cowboy singer Wilf Carter & Western Culture & the concept of Grace in Catholic painting & the Tathāgatas of Buddhism & Boris Karloff as Frankenstein reaching for the light. Digital cinema Digital cinema though apparently greatly distanced from the naturalism enjoyed by emulsion can be made to be much more reflective of the complexity and morphology of nature and natural processes.