"Flyscreen" is a camera-less ‘rayogram’ film, made by layering fly-screen material onto raw 16mm film stock and exposing it to light beams.
The sound is the images passing over the 16mm optical sound head. It is very Australian.
The "Flyscreen" rayogram sounds like a fly!
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Richard Tuohy is one of the most active experimental film makers currently working on celuloid in Australia. His film ‘Iron-Wood’ won first prize (ex aequo) at ‘Abstracta 2009’ experimental film festival in Rome.
He runs Nanolab in Australia – the specialist small gauge film processing laboratory. While his academic background is in philosophy, Richard has been a practicing film maker since 1987. He actively encourages other artists to work with cine film through his Artist Film Workshop initiative.
Lives in Australia. +info