Lessons Learned from Experimental Film

A session at NACIS 2013

Thursday 10th October, 2013

10:55am to 11:15am (EST)

During the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, American avant-garde filmmakers expanded the boundaries of cinema by experimenting with perception, duration, and narrative expectations. The libraries and frameworks for online mapping have evolved to a point where an examination of how these experimental film strategies might be applied to interactive cartography seems ripe. This presentation will pair maps with canonical film works of the American avant-garde, and might well form the core of an impractical cartography day.

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Eric Theise

Software engineer; photographer, experimental filmmaker, cartographer, geographer, vocalizer, yoga student, reader & writer, eater & drinker. bio from Twitter

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8 attendees

  • Anna Verrill, GISP
  • Calvin Harmin
  • Eric Theise
  • Chris Mixon
  • Alan McConchie
  • Mark Denil
  • Melelani Sax-Barnett
  • Nathaniel V. KELSO

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  • Jennifer Milyko
  • Stephanie May
  • Nonie (Ritz) Castro

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Time 10:55am11:15am EST

Date Thu 10th October 2013


Regency F, Hyatt Regency Greenville

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