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  • Image Union, episode 0333

    Image Union, episode 0333

    0:00 Image Union opening. 0:38 “Dan Sandin” by Christine de Lignieres. Color video. Sandin is interviewed showing his equipment and processing the video of the interview. He describes his work process, which always begins with shooting a sacred place. He talks about his collaboration with Tom DeFanti for computer animation. Sandin sees his image processing machine as a tool to help people learn about images. He talks about his commit…

  • Image Union, episode 0044

    Image Union, episode 0044

    00:00 Image Union opening. 01:40 “Two Boxes” by Mark McKernin. B&W video. A computer animated piece featuring a series geographic patterns. Created on a home computer system. 05:05 “Wandawega Waters” by Dan Sandin. Color video. An experimental piece using computer processed video to give the surroundings of Lake Wandawega an other-worldly appearance. 21:09 “Spiral for A.C.M.” by Dan Sandin. Color video. Di…

  • Image Union, episode 0618

    Image Union, episode 0618

    0:28 Image Union opening 1:13 Cut to woman, Starr, describing her suicidal tendencies and her religious conversion. 1:27 Ex-convict talks about his religious conversion. 1:44 Group of people sitting in a circle. They give their biographies and how they took “wrong turns.” 2:04 “Hello, Jesus” plays over opening montage of Uptown, Chicago. 3:40 Henry Huang gives an introduction about Jesus People, USA and the special, mixed…

  • Image Union: All night

    Image Union: All night

    …he people. why don’t you die for the people.” -Fred Hampton, born Aug. 30, 1948. 0:33 Title for the Image Union. “This is a special edition of Image Union; films and video tapes you don’t usually see on TV. We want to broadcast your comments on the film you’ve just seen.” 0:49 Blinking words “call now” and a number on the screen. An announcer implores viewers to call now, but to make their comments…

  • Image Union, episode 0001

    Image Union, episode 0001

    0:00 Slate and count-in. 0:22 Image Union opening. 1:06 “TV Magic Ballots” by Nate Herman and Warren Leming. Political spoof of Chicago-style elections. All magic ballot votes will be counted as Democratic votes. “So simple even an alderman can use them.” All votes come out Democratic! 2:28 In a 1961 press conference, Richard J. Daley announces his candidacy for mayor. “I am proud to say I am a Democrat. I believe i…

  • Image Union, episode 0007

    Image Union, episode 0007

    0:00 Commercials leading up to start of program. 1:20 Image Union opening sequence. Tonight’s episode. 2:10 “Chairs” by Nick Despota, John Mabey, and Bob Synder. Color video. Footage of the Chicago blizzard of 1979 set to music. We see piles of snow and the typical Chicago practice of chairs saving shoveled parking spaces. 3:50 “Helen Lishman for Mayor” by Warren Leming. Spoof of political ads, shot during the Chica…

  • Image Union, episode 0003

    Image Union, episode 0003

    0:00 Bars and tone, slate, count-in. 0:24 Image Union opening. First film is “Cold Cows,” by Franklin Miller, 16mm, 1977. At once both hilarious and mournful, COLD COWS imagines the secrets dreams of livestock who have seen better days in their youth. COLD COWS screened at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, the Poetry Film Festival in San Francisco and the Film Forum, in New York City, among other venues. Franklin Miller is retired from te…

  • Image Union, episode 0002

    Image Union, episode 0002

    00:00 Image Union opening. 01:00 “Busia and Cioc” by Valjean McLenighan. Valjean visits two of her elderly relatives in their apartment and interviews them about the old days and their experiences as immigrants. 05:56 “Newsquake” comedy segment, created by Warren Leming and Nate Herman. Starring Tom Alderman, Miriam Flynn, Nate Herman, Warren Leming, and Joe Mantegna. A spoof news show. “Chicago’s new spectacl…


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