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Films By Philip Brophy

'A child of 1968 and the Nouvelle Vague, with a particular admiration for Godard, Philippe Garrel's first films are underground works, hermetic visions of artistic alienation... These were Garrel's wild years of drug addiction, permissiveness and extreme alienation, which culminated in a traumatic ... Read more
When Philip Brophy describes his first feature as "the suburbs on weird drugs", he's not just milking a cute turn of phrase - it's the plot in five words! When an ambitious doctor tests his new body enhancement drugs on the unsuspecting residents of a soulless outer-Melbourne suburban estate, all ... Read more
A dual monitor Installation designed to steal the show. ... Read more
Depictions are the evidence of acts of depiction. From cartoons of J.R. to B.B.C. weather maps of Ireland, to pages from Zora comics to 'Wildstyle' Letraset - what is centred on in this tape is the actual method of depiction. These are the images that know no words. ... Read more
A portrait of Melbourne as a typical city with its shrines of consumption and entertainment. The shrines are (in no particular order), drive-ins, sex shops, fast food restaurants and neon signs. The tape is divided into two sections - day and night. ... Read more
'An experimental documentary on dancing and its part in subcultures from punk to electro." Philip Brophy ... Remade from 1982 Super 8. ... Read more
What motivates society to embrace a cinema dominated by elements of sex, violence, horror and terror? Using a day in the life of an ordinary office worker as its central story, Salt, Saliva, Sperm and Sweat looks at how these explosive elements form an integral part of cinema today. ... Read more
"A look at the relationships between character, person. figure, star, persona and personality." Philip Brophy ... Remade from 1982 Super 8 original. ... Read more
"A textual reconstruction of the televising of the 1980 Moscow Olympics Opening Ceremony." Philip Brophy ... Blow-up of 1980 Super 8. ... Read more
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