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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT DOCUMENTARY

FILMPIECE FOR BARTLETT

TFF 2011 Directed by Scott Nyerges
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FILMPIECE FOR BARTLETT [TFF 2011]
This short, abstract video is a tribute to the late experimental filmmaker Scott Bartlett. A fountain in the MoMA courtyard becomes a reflection upon Bartlett's quote: "There is a pattern in my film work that could be the pattern of a hundred-thousand movies. It simply is: Repeat and purify; repeat and synthesize; abstract, abstract, abstract." This video was created with live footage, hand-painted filmstrips, and paper.
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This short, abstract video is a tribute to the late experimental filmmaker Scott Bartlett. A fountain in the MoMA courtyard becomes a reflection upon Bartlett's quote: "There is a pattern in my film work that could be the pattern of a hundred-thousand movies. It simply is: Repeat and purify; repeat and synthesize; abstract, abstract, abstract." This video was created with live footage, hand-painted filmstrips, and paper.
Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 5 minutes
Language: None
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
Cast & Credits
Director: Scott Nyerges
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Director
Scott Nyerges
Scott Nyerges
Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: 646.573.3728
hutchense@gmail.com
http://www.nyerges.com

Director
Scott Nyerges
Scott Nyerges
Brooklyn, NY 11222
Phone: 646.573.3728
hutchense@gmail.com
http://www.nyerges.com

About the Director(s)
SCOTT NYERGES is Brooklyn-based filmmaker and photographer. His work has been screened at festivals, museums, and other venues in North America, Europe, and East Asia. He has won awards at the Black Maria Film Festival and Cinematexas. This is his fourth film to screen at Tribeca.

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