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3.1.8 OUT/EX "best of" award for '07-'08

OUT/EX "best of" award goes to Jan Andrews!

Each year, with the help of the Trasa Urban Arts Collective, we give a $500 prize to one filmmaker who's work has shown at OUT/EX. For 2007, it went to JAN ANDREWS for her work GEOGRAPHY OF THE IMAGINATION.

4.1.8 OUT/EX

OUT/EX "best of" award goes to Jan Andrews!

Each year, with the help of the Trasa Urban Arts Collective, we give a $500 prize to one filmmaker who's work has shown at OUT/EX. For 2007, it went to JAN ANDREWS for her work GEOGRAPHY OF THE IMAGINATION.

3.7.8 SABRETEETH vs. TURKISH STARWARS etc... (SHOW SOLD OUT!)

ADD OIL AND SABRETEETH vs. TURKISH STAR WARS

1::: ADD OIL show: FEB 16th at 7:30 PM at No Brow Coffee and Tea (315 E. 300 S.), Salt Lake City, UT

...OR

2::: SABRETEETH SHOW: at ATA in San Francisco (Friday, March 7, 2008. 8PM $6)

TURKISH STAR WARS

one of the most legendary international STAR WARS rip-off films of all time!

the film will be projected in it's entirety.

In Turkish.

No Subtitles.

ADD OIL:

...but don't worry, this incredibly OUTSIDER and BIZARRE film will be augmented by the improvisational and atmospheric sounds of ADD OIL, an SLC based noise-jazz combo that fuses sax, drums, synth, and prerecorded soundscapes into the aural equivalent on Iron Pyrite.

SABRETEETH:

...With a live improvisational score by SABRETEETH: a San Francisco-based four piece band playing a raw, uncompromising style of noise-punk and experimental metal that fuses elements of improvisational jazz with nearly everything else that is aural..

“TURKISH STAR WARS”

One of the truly great copyright infringements of the 20th century!

---Star Wars (1977) footage was not all that was "borrowed" from Western movies for this film. Popular movie soundtracks were also used, such as Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) (used throughout the film), Moonraker (1979), Flash Gordon (1980), Planet of the Apes (1968), and The Black Hole (1979)._

---The material from Star Wars (1977) was spliced in from an anamorphic print, while this movie was shot in academy format, resulting in a non-correct aspect ratio during the Star Wars footage (e.g., the Death Star looks more like a Death Egg)…..

3.7.8 SABRETEETH vs. TURKISH STARWARS etc... (SHOW SOLD OUT!)

ADD OIL AND SABRETEETH vs. TURKISH STAR WARS

1::: ADD OIL show: FEB 16th at 7:30 PM at No Brow Coffee and Tea (315 E. 300 S.), Salt Lake City, UT

...OR

2::: SABRETEETH SHOW: at ATA in San Francisco (Friday, March 7, 2008. 8PM $6)

TURKISH STAR WARS

one of the most legendary international STAR WARS rip-off films of all time!

the film will be projected in it's entirety.

In Turkish.

No Subtitles.

ADD OIL:

...but don't worry, this incredibly OUTSIDER and BIZARRE film will be augmented by the improvisational and atmospheric sounds of ADD OIL, an SLC based noise-jazz combo that fuses sax, drums, synth, and prerecorded soundscapes into the aural equivalent on Iron Pyrite.

SABRETEETH:

...With a live improvisational score by SABRETEETH: a San Francisco-based four piece band playing a raw, uncompromising style of noise-punk and experimental metal that fuses elements of improvisational jazz with nearly everything else that is aural..

“TURKISH STAR WARS”

One of the truly great copyright infringements of the 20th century!

---Star Wars (1977) footage was not all that was "borrowed" from Western movies for this film. Popular movie soundtracks were also used, such as Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) (used throughout the film), Moonraker (1979), Flash Gordon (1980), Planet of the Apes (1968), and The Black Hole (1979)._

---The material from Star Wars (1977) was spliced in from an anamorphic print, while this movie was shot in academy format, resulting in a non-correct aspect ratio during the Star Wars footage (e.g., the Death Star looks more like a Death Egg)…..

2.1.8 OUT/EX--THERE IS NO NO

UPCOMMING FILM EVENT... THERE IS NO NO.

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THE PROBLEM:

As the Sundance Film Festival descends on Park City, and parts of Salt Lake City, cineastes, art-film aficionados, and local filmmakers comb through festival guides to separate the "Indie-esque" studio films and the sure-to-be-sold-to-a-major-studio films from the films they really want to see... the ones that will never come to Utah again... The true "fringe" films, the one-of-a-kind art films, experimental films and avant-garde wonders that bear no commercial potential, but are beautiful and unique and stunning in their vision... Of course, these are few and far between, and one normally has to sit through about ten or eleven bad films at Sundance to discover that one gem of experimental cinema.

OUR SOLUTION:

Attend the January screening of OUT/EX! OUT/EX is a local film series devoted to all genres of fringe filmmaking. Each month we hand-select film and video works that would, quite literally, never be shown in any local theatres. On January the 19th, OUT/EX presents THERE IS NO NO, a collection of experimental films from the Free Form Film Festival (see freeformfilm.org). This stunning selection of experimental shorts is as good that of any film festival and we invite YOU to escape your Sundance woes by attending this FREE, LOCAL, and INSPIRING exhibit of true experimental genius from around the world.

Local filmakers Jan Andrews and Tyrone Davies will be in attendance.

EVENT DETAILS:

when: Saturday, January 19th 7pm

where: NoBrow Coffee and Tea (315 E. 300 S.) Salt Lake City

what: experimental film from around the globe (Local AND International)

cost: FREE!

12.10.2007 CHRISTMAS KITSCH!

DEC 22ND OUT/EX. HOLY YULE!.

special "Out" program, curated by Blair Sterret and Tyrone Davies. This program will take place at NoBrow Coffee and Tea in Salt Lake City and will show you just how bizzarre and twisted Christmas can be!

Event will start at 7pm and will be free! come prepared for insanity!

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This may well be the most insane OUT/EX show yet!

The December edition or OUT/EX will take place at No Brow Coffee and Tea on Saturday the 22nd at 7pm. This video show, "HOLY YULE: Santa in a Strange Land", will highlight some of the most bizarre Christmas media ever created! This night's holiday treats will include politically incorrect jems like the "Santa Claus Punch and Judy Show", corporate promotional disasters like the "Star Wars Holiday Special", kiddie matinee abortions like "Santa Claus and the Ice Cream Bunny", and public access anomalies like "Miss Velma's Christmas Special" ...and that's not the HALF of it!

This diverse sampling of kitsch and ephemera is curated by the Lost Media Archive. The show is also FREE! Bring friends! Bring family! Bring a yule log!

For more information on the Lost Media Archive, Loaf-i Productions, or the Free Form Film Festival (the joint creators of OUT/EX), visit freeformfilm.org or lostmedia.blogspot.com or loaf-i.com

OUT/EX is a resident project sponsored by the Trasa Urban Arts Collective.

Trasa Urban Arts receives generous support from the Salt Lake City Arts Council, Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts, and Parks and the Utah Arts Council, with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts.

11.10.7 LOAF-I SELECT MEDIA COLLABORATION

Nov 10th, and 11th.

special "Out" program, and Tyrone Davies music videos to screen at Select Media Festival in Chicago! This is Loaf-i's first curitorial collaboration with Select Media and Lumpen!

check out the details HERE

8.25.7 FINALLY, SOME LOAF

FIRST EVER "LOAF SHOW" PLUS TWO OTHER GREAT EVENTS IN AUGUST

AUGUST is turning out to be a very busy month for Loaf-i, the Free Form Film Festival, and the Lost Media Archive. Starting tomorrow and continuing for the next three weeks we have set up three truly exceptional events that we hope you can all make it out to. Here they are:

EVENT #1 (SAT AUG 11)

TROLL 2! CAST/DIRECTOR PRESENT! A ONCE IN A LIFETIME EVENT!

more info at the lost media web page

EVENT #2 (SAT AUG 18)

OUT/EX PRESENTS PORTRAITS AND LANDSCAPES!

FILM WORKS BY CHAD GOOCH!

The Free Form Film Festival, Loaf-I Productions, Trasa Urban Arts Collective, and NoBrow Coffee and Tea present yet another evening of fringe filmmaking on Saturday August 18th (just the day after Gallery Stroll).

The August screening of OUT/EX will be FREE as always and will take place at Nobrow Coffee and Tea (315 E. 300 S.) _in Salt Lake City. It will begin at 8:30pm

PORTRAITS AND LANDSCAPES, (this August screening) consists entirely of experimental film by local Filmmaker Chad Gooch. Gooch's work ranges from innovative landscape interpretation to "up-close-and-personal" type documentaries. Several brand new and unseen works from this filmmaker will grace the screen on the 18th.

Chad Gooch has been a long-time participant in the SLC film and arts community. In 2004, he presented “The Lab” , A three-day exhibit of Avant-Garde film at the City Library and Broadway Cinemas. He has directed many films in and around Utah as well as many other US states.

It's not often that one gets to see personal and homegrown film works such as those made by Chad Gooch. OUT/EX is a monthly film series that brings work to audiences in Salt Lake that would never bee seen otherwise. Come and check out some new and refreshing film and video!

EVENT #3 (FRI AUG 24 )

The Loaf Show

THE LOAF SHOW! (FILM, MUSIC AND ART UNITE)

Loaf-I productions (loaf-i.com) is presenting THE LOAF SHOW. This is a FREE event at the KAYO gallery (177 E. 300 S. in Salt Lake City). The event will begin at 7:30 PM and include…

-FILM AND VIDEO WORKS BY TYRONE DAVIES, THE LOST MEDIA ARCHIVE AND THE FREE FORM FILM FESTIVAL

-LIVE MUSIC AND PERFORMANCE ART BY JUSTIN MCBRIDE/FINNGERHUTT AND ADD OIL

-ONE OF A KIND ZINES AND T-SHIRTS

-CDs, VINYL AND DVDs FROM FINNGERHUTT, TERROR FOLDS, LOST MEDIA ARCHIVE, SABRETEETH, ADD OIL, FREE FORM FILM FESTIVAL,AND MANY OTHERS!

DON’T MISS THIS GLUT OF ELECTRONIC AND ORGANIC ART FORMS!

12.31.6 loaf-i is actually a business now

After four years, it's finally official. Papers have been organized and filed. Loaf-i Productions LLC is currently based in Salt Lake City Utah and operating as an official business. No more backroom deals. No more forced child labor. Soon loaf-i, the Lost Media Archive, and the Free Form Film Festival may actually be entering the realm of the nonprofit organization. More details concerning our nonprofit quest will soon be announced at freeformfilm.org

10.10.4 loaf-i resurrected!

after months of dormancy, loaf-i is back and better than ever!

more news on films and albums to come soon

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