Super-Eight 2000


REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Wed., May 31, 2000

The World Tour is a throwdown of short films with tour coordinator Melinda Stone in attendance. Super-8 films spanning diverse styles and subjects include Mark Fox’s mysterious and alluring “Untitled Animation,” Matt Hulse’s frenetic wonder tour of the wild “Take Me Home,” and bad girl Martha Colburn’s unforgettable hard-core creation “There’s a Pervert in our Pool.” All will be projected with live musical accompaniment by Peter Stopschinski of Brown Whörnet. The program will be followed by a selection of the most bold and bizarre Super-8 films made in Austin in the past few years.

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