I absolutely love the new short film project by local business and internationally renowned Archival Clothing. And not just because I appear as a hand and bust model alongside the tandoori tub and the nefarious smoker of yesterday’s post.
The films are called Kinoks, after Dziga Vertov‘s Kino-Eye (or ‘kino-oki‘) filmmaking group, who produced some of the first cinéma vérité film montages. They made films of Russian city life in the 1920s. The Archival Clothing team brings the technique to Oregon — they splice dozens of one-second clips from ordinary point-and-shoot camera video to make art, ordinary life like a string of pearls.
Interested in participating? I am. Send along links of your finished one-minute film to Archival Clothing via their Facebook page.