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  • Image Union, episode 0209: Space And Video

    Image Union, episode 0209: Space And Video

    Image Union episode “Space and Video” featuring “Reflection” by David Hoffman, :The Ballad of Captain Video” by The Video Brothers, “Yo Yo the Clone,” by Lillian and J.P. Somersaulter, and “Dog License” by Paul Jessel and Bill Langdon. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0037: Somersaulters And Aces

    Image Union, episode 0037: Somersaulters And Aces

    Long compilation episode of Image Union featuring “The Light Fantastic Picture Show,” “The Wizard,” and “Cartoon Cartoon” by Lillian and J.P. Somersaulter, “Aces” by Valjean McLenighan, “Wa Mini” by Steve Walker, and “Borders” by Fill Cadkin. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0010: Animation

    Image Union, episode 0010: Animation

    Animation compilation episode of Image Union featuring “Appeal” by Kevin Dole, “Freedom Is” by Ron Crawford, “Your Astrology for December 13th” by Peter Dakis, “Yo Yo the Clone” by Lillian and J.P. Somersaulter, “Saturday Night Sickness,” “Superman Trailer” by Dick Greenberg, and a series of examples from several animation studios. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0013: Composite

    Image Union, episode 0013: Composite

    Image Union episode featuring “Chairs” by Nick Despota, John Mabey, and Bob Synder, “Helen Lishman for Mayor” by Warren Leming, “Saturday Morning,” “Picture Box,” “Waiting,” and “Howard to Englewood” by Dan Curry, and “Commuting to Tomorrow” by Scott Fivelson. Continue reading

  • Pop Video Test: Potpourri, parts 1 and 2

    Pop Video Test: Potpourri, parts 1 and 2

    “The Pop Video Test” was a joint effort between Scott Jacobs and Tom Weinberg of the Chicago Editing Center, and the Video Group of the Bell and Howell Corporation. This cooperative effort between the independent video community and a corporate video distributor was intended to test the viability of the home video market. The videomakers assembled ten hours of video pieces meant as an alternative to available pre-recorded programming (ie Hollywood movies). Fifty VCR owners in the Chicago area agreed to examine and review the tapes. Test viewers then received the programming two hours at a time, in groupings labeled Video Art, Documentary, Entertainment, and Potpourri. Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 0330

    Image Union, episode 0330

    Compilation episode of Image Union featuring “Black Forest Trading Post” by Stuart Klein and Andrew Lugg, “Cinetract Emotional Fascism” by Tom Corboy, “Sun Run” and “Star Crazy” by Rufus Butler Seder, “The Underground Water Source” by J.P. and Lilian Somersaulter, and “Old Age: A True Story” by Alan Marcus. Continue reading