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Water and Power

by Pat O’Neill.

2009 Library of Congress National Film Registry inductee and 1989 Sundance winner by Pat O'Neill. Includes the extra track Easyout.

Includes:

Water and Power
1989 --- 35mm --- 57 minutes --- Color --- Sound

Easyout
1971 --- 16mm --- 9 minutes --- Color ---Sound

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Seven Three Six Two

by Pat O’Neill.

Six early film works by Pat O'Neill.

Includes:

Bump City
1964 --- 16mm --- 4 minutes --- Color --- Sound

7362
1967 --- 16mm --- 10 minutes --- Color --- Sound

By The Sea
1963 --- 16mm --- 10 minutes --- B&W --- Sound

The Last Of The Persimmons
1972 --- 16mm --- 6 minutes --- Color ---Sound

Sleeping Dogs (Never Lie)
1978 --- 16mm --- 9 minutes --- Black-and-White/Color ---Silent/Sound

Easyout
1971 --- 16mm --- 9 minutes --- Color ---Sound

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Starting To Go Bad

by Pat O’Neill.

Three recent digital film works by Pat O'Neill.

Includes:

Starting To Go Bad
2009 --- Digital Video --- 30 minutes --- Color --- Sound

I Open The Window
2009 --- Digital Video --- 19 minutes --- Color --- Sound

I Put Out My Hands
2009 --- Digital Video --- 10 minutes --- Color --- Sound

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Trouble

by Pat O’Neill.

Two 35mm works by filmmaker and artist Pat O'Neill, "Trouble In The Image", an NEA grant recipient, and "Horizontal Boundaries". Includes the bonus track "Runs Good", a First Prize recipient at the Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1971.

Includes:

Trouble In The Image
1996 --- 35mm --- 38 minutes --- Color --- Sound
Recipient NEA Grant in Film
Jurors' Choice (First Prize), Black Maria Film Festival 1999

Horizontal Boundaries
2008 --- 35mm --- 23 minutes --- Color ---Stereo Sound

bonus track:

Runs Good
1970 --- 16mm --- 15 minutes --- Color --- Sound
First Prize, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1971

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Five Films

by Pat O’Neill.

Five 16mm films from the catalog of works by filmmaker and artist Pat O'Neill.

Includes:

Sidewinder's Delta
1976 --- 16mm --- 20 minutes --- Color --- Sound

Saugus Series
1974 --- 16mm --- 18 minutes --- Color --- Sound
Tom Berman Award, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1975

Down Wind
1973 --- 16mm --- 15 minutes --- Color --- Sound
First Prize, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1973

Foregrounds
1979 --- 16mm --- 13 minutes --- Color --- Sound

Runs Good
1970 --- 16mm --- 15 minutes --- Color --- Sound
First Prize, Ann Arbor Film Festival, 1971

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Silent Works

by Pat O’Neill.

Five films, both 16mm and 35mm, from Pat O'Neill. Includes the installation works "Two Sweeps" and "Let's Make A Sandwich", presented here as they would be seen in a gallery setting: as continuous loops.

Includes:

Two Sweeps
1979 --- 16mm --- 20 minutes --- Color --- Silent
Loop projection

Let's Make A Sandwich
1978 --- 16mm --- 20 minutes --- Color --- Silent
Loop projection
Recipient NEA Filmmakers Grant

Screen
1969 --- 16mm --- 4 minutes --- Color --- Silent

Squirtgun/Stepprint
1998 --- 35mm --- 5 minutes --- Black-and-White ---Silent

Coreopsis
1998 --- 35mm --- 6 minutes --- Color ---Silent

PUBLISHED BY: Lookout Mountain Studios
LIST PRICE: $30 + S/H
FORMAT: DVD
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

 

 

 

Pat O'Neill: Views From Lookout Mountain

Edited by Julie Lazar. Essays by Howard Singerman, Paul Arthur and Erika Suderburg. Interview by John Hanhardt.

Views from Lookout Mountain is the first book to survey the films and visual art works of one of Los Angeles' most exceptional artists. It locates Pat O'Neill's masterful films in a visual arts context, where the works can be most fully appreciated as powerful projections of temporal painting, aural composition, and visual poetry. Views from Lookout Mountain features color film stills, reproductions of O'Neill's visual art works, documentary photographs, and a commissioned collaborative project between Pat O'Neill and Michael Worthington.

PUBLISHED BY: Steidl/Santa Monica Museum of Art
DISTRIBUTION: DAP
LIST PRICE: US $ 70.00 + S/H
FORMAT: Hardcover, 10 x 12 in. / 240 pgs / 200 color / 24 duotone.
ISBN: 9783865210210 ISBN10: 386521021X
PUBLICATION DATE: 10/02/2004

 

Pat O'Neill: Another Kind of Record The Merger, The Indictment, and The Girl

Pat O'Neill has been deeply involved in Los Angeles culture since the late 1960s. A founding father of the city's avant-garde film scene, an influential professor at CalArts and an optical effects pioneer, he is best known for experimental films like Let's Make a Sandwich (1982), Water and Power (1989), Trouble in the Image (1996) and The Decay of Fiction (2002)--playful but technically rigorous works that fit comfortably alongside those of Stan Brakhage and David Lynch. Whatever the medium, O'Neill's work often hinges on a "perceptual ambiguity" achieved through layers of image, sound and texture. This first artist's book, Another Kind of Record, compiles dozens of superb collage drawings, found texts and digital composite prints O'Neill has gathered and altered over the last several years. Intersecting his own elaborate pencil drawings with graphic and textual fragments of bygone print media (educational illustrations, advertising, reference charts, sheet music), this recent work occupies a fantastical terrain somewhere between the collages of Bruce Conner and the drawings of Raymond Pettibon. As a whole, the collection functions as both an artist's book and an abstract supplement to O'Neill's remarkable oeuvre.

PUBLISHED BY: The Ice Plant
DISTRIBUTION: DAP
LIST PRICE: US $ 30.00 + S/H
FORMAT: Paperback, 8 x 10 in. / 96 pgs / 17 color / 40 b&w.
ISBN: 9780977648153 ISBN10: 097764815X
PUBLICATION DATE: 06/01/2008

 

Dicker Space: For Sale in North America 2005-2008

Works by anonymous photographers in online commerce, collected and edited by Pat O’Neill.

Dicker Space presents a collection of photographs taken from internet sites where property and objects are offered for sale. Many of the objects are automobiles, shown either as elements of a landscape or in details of their interior spaces. Beyond their cultural commentary, the pictures lend themselves to arrangement in ways that emphasize their relationship(s) to one another. Taken as a whole, the collection might be described as either filmic or musical.

PUBLISHED BY: Self published
LIST PRICE: $20 + S/H
FORMAT: Softcover, 10 x 9 in/48 pgs/color
PUBLICATION DATE: 2008