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Posts by Andy Moore


  Destruction Super-8, color, silent, 21 min. © 1972 Andy Moore A document of the demolition of the Richard Neutra-designed 1935 home of director Josef von Sternberg and Marlene Dietrich, later owned by Ayn Rand and rented by Ruth Beebe Hill and family. It was located at 10000 Tampa Ave. in Northridge, CA. I was…

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Histrionic Response Section

  Histrionic Response Section  16mm, B&W, sound, 2 min. © 1983 Andy Moore A relentless series of terror-stricken faces alternating with relaxed, blissful faces edited to conform to a particular piece of theater pipe organ music.  A quirky parade of horror and humor, depending on how you look at it.  

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Shades of Meaning

  Shades Of Meaning  16mm, color, sound, 10 min. © 1986 Andy Moore A poetic meditation on music and meaning in cinema.  Aurally iconic music fragments (from theater pipe organ recordings) have been cut up, looped, re-composed, and combined with eclectically chosen imagery shot mostly in the western United States.  The result is both a…

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Split Description

  Split Description  16mm, color, sound, 8 min. 11 sec. © 1994 Andy Moore A film of gestures rather than statements, Split Description utilizes a concentric split-screen technique to present a kaleidoscopic moving montage of three diverse locales (in California, Massachusetts and New York).  The different zones within the frame interplay, while the hairline borders between them…

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