tim glaser

fua negua

(2010). fua negua

short mash-up movie created by holden deadfield & tim laser (auteurs) ov thee Kollectiv – working with ~ in trance film

fua negua is a short movie created in march 2010 by maximilian kutzer / max vegas & tim glaser (auteurs). it follows the inspiration within a c(o)urse about cinematic possession at the university of constance under the guidance of prof. albert kümmel-schnur.

it is a meta mash up between mash-uped web-published (e.g. youtube) flicks, digital copies of movies and own-filmed material (on miniDV), in which the world of possessed flicks is crashed into a flicker collision with an interviewed point of view, a brief close-up at mr. heinz baumgartner – who’s a film projectionist in the zebra cinema (take a look at zebra-kino.de/ !), a small, but superb art and underground cinema in constance at the lake of constance, southern germany – under the visual influence of a flickering cinematic screen.

all of the flicker frequencies, so the whole precision-cut in detail, is oriented towards the dream machine, a visual idea, concept & construction by the great brion gysin.

this short movie has never been accepted in the small number of submissions towards film festivals, e.g. the berlinale 2011. so, fuck these festivals, and let the flick(er) be freed and gripped, whereto they belong – into the freedom of mind, perception, your reception and into the world wide web. feel free to share, copy and comment. feel free to discuss. and fuck off copyright – just copy right.

(the interview and most parts of the used movies are in (often dubbed) german language. please excuse this. when the time is ripe, we will provide english subtitles.)

// text by holden deadfield

Artikel über fua negua screening @ zebra kino: suedkurier.de

mash-up sources for fua negua:

film material

  • 39,90 (2007, Regie: Jan Kounen)
  • A Gamer´s Day (2005, Regie: Daniel P. Schenk)
  • Alphaville (1965, Regie: Jean-Luc Godard)
  • Altered States (1980, Regie: Ken Russell)
  • Antichrist (2009, Regie: Lars von Trier)
  • Army of Darkness (1992, Regie: Sam Raimi)
  • Blade Runner (1982, Regie: Ridley Scott)
  • Brazil (1985, Regie: Terry Gilliam)
  • Carne (1991, Regie: Gaspar Noé)
  • Cypher (2002, Regie: Vincenzo Natali)
  • Dencu kozo no boken (1985, Regie: Shinya Tsukamoto)
  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976, Regie: Nicolas Roeg)
  • Devil´s Possessed (1974, Regie: León Klimovsky)
  • Dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1998, Regie: Johan Grimonprez)
  • Eden Log (2007, Regie: Franck Vestiel)
  • Electric Dragon 80.000 V (2001, Regie: Sogo Ishii)
  • Equilibrium (2002, Regie: Kurt Wimmer)
  • eXistenZ (1999, Regie: David Cronenberg)
  • Funny Games (1997, Regie: Michael Haneke)
  • Halber Mensch – Einstürzende Neubauten (1986, Regie: Sogo Ishii)
  • Ici et Ailleurs (1976, Regie: Jean-Luc Godard)
  • Irréversible (2002, Regie: Gaspar Noé)
  • Itim (1976, Regie: Mike de Leon)
  • Kairo (2001, Regie: Kiyoshi Kurosawa)
  • Lain — Episode 03: Psyche (1998, Produktion: Yasuyuki Ueda)
  • Marebito (2004, Regie: Takashi Shimizu)
  • Muxmäuschenstill (2004, Regie: Marcus Mittermeier)
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984, Regie: Michael Radford)
  • Oldboy (2003, Regie: Park Chan-wook)
  • Opium (2007, Regie: János Szász)
  • Paradise (1985, Regie: Ishu Patel)
  • P (2006, Regie: Paul Spurrier)
  • Pi (1998, Regie: Darren Aronofsky)
  • Pontypool (2009, Regie: Bruce McDonald)
  • Possession (1981, Regie: Andrej Zulawski)
  • Ringu (1998, Regie: Hideo Nakata)
  • Scanners (1981, Regie: David Cronenberg)
  • Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989, Regie: Shinya Tsukamoto)
  • The Flicker (1965, Regie: Tony Conrad)
  • The Holy Mountain (1973, Regie: Alejandro Jodorowsky)
  • The Machinist (2004, Regie: Brad Anderson)
  • The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985, Regie: Woody Allen)
  • The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz (2000, Regie: Ben Hopkins)
  • A Clockwork Orange (1971, Regie: Stanley Kubrick)
  • Videodrome (1983, Regie: David Cronenberg)
  • War Games (1983, Regie: John Badham)
  • We fuck alone (2006, Regie: Gaspar Noé, aus dem Projekt Destricted)

web material (online at the 11th of april 2010, 7 p.m.)

cast

  • interview: heinz baumgartner
  • visual announcements [fua negua voice]: marco marrandino