first known motion picture: remixedclick for video
(thanks to andrew michael baron for the find.)
Very nice. Having the projection audio
really made this video. I saw this as well
and thought about remixing too. Just might.
this is so great.
better than the original.
allowed me to see and think about what was going on.
haha i wonder what the French guy who shot this would think of what is going on now.
the sound makes this work so beautifully
variation on a theme…bach on blog!
Just gave you a link on Vlog Soup: Episode 9 for this one too, my free video tour of the video blogosphere!
Enjoyed this. People are so funny, no matter what century they are in. Thanks for bringing that century into this one.
you have been ReVlogged:
Great movie. I am presently involved in a project with Armley Mill Museum Leeds called Moving Minds. The project involves students producing text, images & audio inspired by the exhibits which are then posted on http://www.radiowaves.co.uk One of the exhibits concerns Le Prince and the students are producing a film inspired by his story. I will certainly be showing the students your film and will be setting them the task of producing some music to accompany it. The final product will be exhibited in a cinema within the museum as part of the Leeds Young Peoples Film Festival at Easter. I will certainly credit you and send you a copy. If you have any objections please let me know.
Happy New Year
really creative! … nice
this landed on my desktop from Dvblog.
i stopped my multitasking and fell into it.
who made this?
oh, it’s Liss.
i need to dig deeper into your archives!
reminded me of something i did a while back:
how are you?
i was at the electronic literature organization conference recently, showing some videos. a great mix of hypertext folks and video artists. i was thinking you should have been there. who better to negotiate text and video.
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