Mayoral ad spoofs in which the fictional Helen Lishman announces her superiority as a candidate for mayor. Some of the ads take place outside after the Blizzard of 1979. Tom Weinberg plays her catatonic husband, Marvin Lishman. Continue reading
Compilation episode of Image Union featuring the work of more than ten video artists. The videos focus on political satire, experimentation, and critical documentary. The artists include Warren Leming, Nate Herman, Nick Despota, John Mabey, and Bob Synder, Steve Wolfson, Chip Lord, Paul Jessel, and Bill Langdon. Continue reading
Hour long compilation episode of Image Union featuring “Busia and Cioc” by Valjean McLenighan, “Newsquake” by Warren Leming and Nate Herman, scenes from “Think Twice” by Ruiz Bevis Community TV Class, “Going Shopping” by Andrew Aaron, “Beach Ball Boogie” by Annette Barbier, “Phoneme Frolics” by Dana Hogdon, “Silly Geese,” “The White Rock Blues” by Sally and Ray Cioni, scenes from “Making it in Hollywood” by Frank Cavestani, “Listen, Santa” by Lilly Ollinger, and “Teagarden” by Dana Hodgdon. Continue reading
Hour long compilation episode of Image Union featuring “TV Magic Ballots” by Nate Herman and Warren Leming, “Assassins” with Joe Mantegna and Jack Wallace, “Chicago Blues” by Jim Passin and Nancy Grosse, work from Jane Veeder, excerpts from “Now We Live On Clifton” by Kartemquin Films, stopmotion animation, an interview by “My Sister’s Cutting Room” during a dog’s birthday party, and “The Bums” by Scott Jacobs and Valjean McLenighan 1976.
The second half of the episode features “Electronic Masks” by Barbara Sykes, an excerpt from “Paper Roses” by Maxi Cohen and Joel Gold, and “Television Delivers People” by Richard Serra and Carlota Fay Schoolman. Continue reading
Hour long compilation episode of Image Union featuring “Chairs” by Nick Despota, John Mabey, and Bob Synder, “Helen Lishman for Mayor” by Warren Leming, “Picture Box,” “Waiting,” and “Saturday Morning” by Dan Curry, “Commuting to Tomorrow” by Scott Fivelson, “Cycling Keeps Me Off the Streets” by Mirko Popadic, “Men in the Street, Sardines in the Bus” by Jiffy Vidinc, “To Die a Cowboy” by James Wright, Jr., “Black Spirit Boogie” by Kenneth Shearer, “Other Leading Brand 11-2-76” by Scott Walker, a film by E.E. Seiter, and “Gotta Sing” by Bill Melamed. Continue reading