By Cathy Fox
Friday, October 19, 2007
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta needs more people like Andy Ditzler.
Film Love, a series the singer-songwriter runs at Eyedrum, is the best - and often the only - opportunity to see experimental films of all stripe, intelligently presented.
Andy follows his curiosity in planning his screenings. Tonightís program, which starts at 8 p.m., is the second part of an exploration on the use of still photography in film. It includes Andy Warhol "Screen Tests" and "(nostalgia)," Hollis Framptonís meditation on time, memory and photography. The protagonists are snapshots and a hot plate.
Andy does this and other programs purely for the love of film. Running screenings is the only way to see the films he wanted to see. I asked him if he broke even. He said, "Often...I like to think of it as a party."
Party on, Andy.
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