Bad Crowd, Bad Time

  Directed by Graeme Maitland and Aleks Vujosevic.

 

Thrilling Night Cinema

 

http://tnc-nuit-blanche.tumblr.com/

  Playing at Nuit Blanche as part of a collected group of short films, exploring "Midnight Movies"  Toronto October 5th, 2013!

Each artist uses wildly different techniques and approaches to explore this:

Adrienne Crossman's Midnight Kino addresses the subcultural history of the form by collaging footage from cult classics using techniques that reference Dadaist Cut-ups;
http://www.adriennecrossman.com/

Jackson Klie's Untitled (Intermission) also mashes found footage together, this time using VHS tropes like “DO NOT COPY” warnings to focus on ideas of authorship, context, and the act of looking;
http://jacksonklie.tumblr.com/

Benjamin Freedman's Apollo Project raids historical documentation to reconstruct the history of Apollo 11 through the malleable modern media landscape;
http://www.benfreedmanphotography.ca/

William Andrew Finlay Stewart's Memorial is a lingering look at the way we experience film credits in the cinema, and how we memorialize accomplishment. With original soundtrack by Jon Lawless of the band First Rate People;
http://www.wafs.ca/

http://www.grammajones.com/

 

 

 

  Directed by Graeme Maitland and Aleks Vujosevic Two filmmakers with a love of cinema in all its forms attempt to faithfully recreate an iconic scene from one of the studio produced exploitation films from the 1980’s. The recreation is done from the perspective of two young film fans living in 1985 whose enthusiasm outweighs their technical ability. Bad Crowd, Bad Time is an homage in the best sense to the sheer enjoyment of film. Their passion is on display throughout the piece as the two artists play their parts.

 

Directed by Graeme Maitland and Aleks Vujosevic

Two filmmakers with a love of cinema in all its forms attempt to faithfully recreate an iconic scene from one of the studio produced exploitation films from the 1980’s. The recreation is done from the
perspective of two young film fans living in 1985 whose enthusiasm outweighs their technical ability. Bad Crowd, Bad Time is an homage in the
best sense to the sheer enjoyment of film. Their passion is on display throughout the piece as the two artists play their parts.