[Yvonne Andersen… ]

From: “Artists of the Sun” by Yvonne Andersen (Yellow Ball Films, 2007)
Artists of the Sun (2007) 15m. The Sun Gallery in Provincetown hosted new shows every Monday. This film shows some of the artists that were “regulars,” filmed both at Sun as well as in New York. In the fall of 1958, Yvonne and Domenic started the Provincetown Film Study Group, using a Bolex 16mm camera to document their friends, gallery, and living environment.
https://archive.org/details/ArtistsOfTheSun

Make Your Own Animated Movies and Videotapes by Yvonne Andersen, Little Brown, 1970, 1991
http://stoppingoffplace.blogspot.com/2015/04/one-frame-with-mouth-closed.html

Bag Five (1966)
http://avgeeks.com/bag-5

Yellow Ball Workshop Collection
Excited by the avant garde and experimental films she screened, Andersen bought a used 16mm Bolex camera and taught herself the basics of filmmaking—beginning with documenting the world around her. …
https://harvardfilmarchive.org/collections/yellow-ball-workshop-collection

Yvonne Andersen is primarily known in the 16mm academic film world for producing a well-regarded body of films made by children who attended her film classes at her Yellow Ball Workshop in Massachusetts and other venues. She was born September 7, 1932 in Long Beach, California, and received a BA in Fine Arts from Louisiana State University in 1954. In 1955, along with husband Dominic Falcone, she founded the Sun Gallery in Provincetown…
http://www.afana.org/andersenyvonne.htm | https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yvonne_Andersen

[Chaos #19… ]

Super8 lost and found – in der Chaosküche gab es diesmal arabische Schlagermusik auf der Super8 Tonspur (Gefundener Film – 60iger oder 70iger?…) und Whiskey in Rahm.

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