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"Richard J. Leskosky" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 6 Apr 1995 15:11:01 CDT
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>Does anyone know where I could find (to rent for classroom use) a 16mm
>print of Red Ball Express, an animated film made without a camera by
>Steve Siegal.  USC has one in their archives but doesn't rent it out.
>Or does anyone know where I could find Steve Siegal?
>Marti *** [log in to unmask]  ***  Film Studies Program
You might try PICTURE START, INC., a small Chicago distributor of some very
good independent animation.  I do not have one of their current catalogs
and so cannot be sure that they carry this particular title by Steve Segal,
but at the very least they should be able to tell you how to get in touch
with him.  You can contact them at <[log in to unmask]>. RED BALL EXPRESS is
a delightful piece of direct animation.  You might also want to look into
the films of Rose Bond--she animates without a camera, and her films
actually tell stories whereas most direct animation tends to be fairly
--Richard J. Leskosky
Richard J. Leskosky, President
Society for Animation Studies           Phone:  (217) 244-2704
2117 Foreign Languages Building         FAX:    (217) 244-2223
707 S. Mathews
Urbana, Illnois 61801