David Domingo: A Super 8 Odyssey

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Sponsored by Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)
Co-presented with EXcinema

Spanish filmmaker David Domingo began making Super 8 films when he was twenty years old, and specializes in super 8mm and 16mm film. Northwest Film Forum is one of five film institutions across the U.S. to host Domingo on a tour that includes Los Angeles Film Forum, San Francisco Cinematheque, Cinema Project (Portland, Oregon), and Anthology Film Archive in New York. Also known as Stanley Sunday, Domingo’s textured and dense collage films combine found footage, grandiose movie soundtracks, distorted classical compositions, a wide range of world music, quite a few felines, VHS sampling of pop cultural debris, double exposure, stop motion animation, and references to the history of experimental film (think Bruce Conner and the Kuchar brothers) to profoundly humorously surreal and provocatively psychedelic effects.

Read an interview with David Domingo here

Film Program, selected by David Domingo:

Súper 8 (Super 8)
(1996, 7' 44'', color, sound)

La mansión acelerada (The Speedy Mansion)
(1997, 10', b&w, sound)

Desayunos y meriendas (Breakfast and Snacks)
(2002, 7', color, sound)

Rayos y centellas (What the…!)
(2004, 3' 52'', color, sound)

Película sudorosa (Sweaty Movie)
(2009, 18’, color/b&w, sound)

A Movie that Portrays the Wonders of the World as Seen Through the Eyes of a Cat (Disney Attraction Highlights Nº 1)
(2009, 5’, color/b&w, sound)
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