Top 10 Film/Video notables of 2003

1) "Nutella and Gummi Bear Sandwich" for Precarious Warehaüs Dwellers by Zellner Brothers

2) "Frijolero" & "Hit Me" videos for Molotov by Jason Archer and Paul Beck

3) "Projections" video series for the "Difficult Daughters" exhibit at the Blanton Museum of Art

4) Luke Savisky at Testsite or anywhere else!

5) Lori Surfer for Gorch Fock -- 16mm loops over these theatrical rockers, old school!

6) Austin Museum of Digital Art showcases -- It's different every month!

7) Zach Simpson -- Interactive Shadow Games at "The Rawkshow" (Gallery Lombardi)*

8) Matt Rodriquez -- Wasted Youth video game setup at "Beans and Rice" (Gallery Lombardi)*

9) Gabel Karsten -- Her unique approach to video continues to amuse.

10) Earth Pig's "Stuffed Fox" video -- Everyone at AMN says so.

*Rachel Koper is gallery director at Gallery Lombardi.

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