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Prelinger Archive Mashups
by Frank Panucci
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A collection of twisted short clips, taken exclusively from the freely downloadable movies at www.archive.org, set to an original, spleen-bursting score. An uplifting guide to the odd, musty chunks littering the floors of the Prelinger Archives. This movie is available as a DVD-compliant MPEG2, a VCD-compliant MPEG1, and whatever other formats you see listed to your left.
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Topics: Clipfilms, Prelinger Archival Footage
Community Video
by Frank Panucci
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Many road signs around the world use ostensibly easy-to-decipher symbols, intended to assist visitors who do not speak the native tongue. Sometimes the meaning of these symbols is less universally obvious than the designers intended. This is a concise guide to some of the more inscrutable signs one might find abroad, translated for the English-speaking traveler. This was made in 1990 with DELUXE PAINT on a Commodore Amiga 500 computer, which had 8 megabytes of additional memory that cost FIVE...
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Topics: road signs, travel:international, Centauri, Alfred
Prelinger Archive Mashups
by Frank Panucci
movies
eye 7,714
favorite 7
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A collection of pleasantly disturbing short clips, taken exclusively from the freely downloadable movies at www.archive.org, set to a nerve-wracking original score. Carefully chosen, these clips convey, through conceptual progression, a whimsical, filthy dread. An inspiring trip through the flaky detritus hob-knobbing with the dust mites in the Prelinger Archives. This movie is available as a DVD-compliant MPEG2, a VCD-compliant MPEG1, and whatever other formats you see listed to your left.
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Topics: Clipfilms, Prelinger Archival Footage