The Arthur Lipsett Project: A Dot on the Histomap

The Arthur Lipsett Project: A Dot on the Histomap

| 52 min

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This full-length documentary introduces us to Arthur Lipsett, a man who defined experimental filmmaking at the NFB in the 1960s. His second film, Very Nice, Very Nice, was nominated for an Academy Award. George Lucas claimed him as an important influence. A decade later, Lipsett's last attempt at filmmaking ended in failure. He chained his Steenbeck and film racks to prevent theft and vanished into paranoia.

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The Arthur Lipsett Project: A Dot on the Histomap, Eric Gaucher, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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  • writer
    Eric Gaucher
  • director
    Eric Gaucher
  • producer
    Adam Symansky
  • editor
    Joey Calugay
    Marie-Christine Sarda
  • additional editing
    Jon Deitcher
  • camera
    Eric Gaucher
    Bert Tougas
  • additional camera
    Anthony Seck
    Bruno Martel
    Ryan Young
  • grip
    Bob McKenna
  • animation
    Jonathan Ng
  • original music
    Samer Shalabi
  • musician
    Samer Shalabi
    Nadia Moss
    Annie Lawrenz
  • additional music
    Frankie Sparo
  • music recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • music mix
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • archival research
    Brett Kashmere
  • narrator
    Eric Gaucher
  • sound editor
    Don Ayer
  • sound mix
    Luc Léger
  • graphics
    Louise Overy
    Philippe Raymond
    Pierre Landry
    Ochelle Greenidge
  • online editor
    Denis Gathelier
  • digital editing technician
    Phyllis Lewis
    Ochelle Greenidge
    Pierre Dupont
  • post-production coordinator
    Linda Payette
    Claude Cardinal
    Steve Hallé
  • production assistant
    Christa Edson
    Melanie Kozlan
    Brett Engelsman
    Andrew Dent
    Marc Beauchamp
    Khoba Sysavane
  • production administrative assistant
    Christine Williams
  • studio administrator
    Marie Tonto-Donati
  • executive producer
    Sally Bochner
    Ravida Din

  • aturc

    That happened to me once, I just refreshed the page and finished the movie.

    aturc, 15 Mar 2011
  • dunchoke

    why, after watching 20 minutes of this film, the owl in the cage informs me that "This film is not available?

    dunchoke, 8 Nov 2010

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