The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 3 : shorts 1972-86Language : EnglishToronto : Canadian filmmakers distribution centre, copyright 20111 disko (DVD) (70 minutu)Irudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaWieland, Joyce (1931-1998) | Motion pictures -- Directors | Joyce Wieland (Wikipedia en) | Abstract Analytics : Pierre Vallieres Analytics : Solidarity Analytics : A & B in Ontario Analytics : Birds at sunrise Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 1 : shorts 1963-65 Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 2 : shorts 1967-69 Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 4 : la raison avant la passion = Reason over passion Issued with : The complete works of Joyce Wieland : volume 5 : The far shore
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This set brings together for the first time the film works of Joyce Wieland (1931-1998), largely regarded as one of Canada´s most influential and important artists. The collection includes sixteen shorts and two feature films made from new high-definition digital transfers.
A multi-disciplinary artist who produced work in a wide variety of media, Wieland´s intelligent and irreverent explorations of female sexuality, domestic life, ecology and Canadian nationalism put her at the forefront of feminist practice. Wieland made her mark in the film underground in New York in the 1960s, where she was associated with structural filmmakers such as Michael Snow and Hollis Frampton. While her films employ materialist formal strategies, the irony and socio-political content of her work sets apart from her structuralist compatriots, as does her exploration of narrative.
This collection will be of vital interest to film and art-lovers alike, as well as those involved in the fields of film studies and production, visual arts, art history and women´s studies.
These four films bring together Wieland's interests in politics, landscape and formal experimentation. "Pierre Vallières" and "Solidarity" document moments of political resistance and activism, while "A & B in Ontorio" and "Bird at sunrise" are lyrical studies. All four are formaly inventive, exploring the use of framing, text and editing.