"Aaronimation"

(1974-1989 / 2019, 28 minutes)
Music & sound design by Donald Fagen; Larry Packer, Richard Grando & Steve Silverstein; Lee Dichter; & Andy Aaron. Digital restorations from 16mm film with thanks to New York Women in Film & Television, DuArt Media Services, Linda Young and Irwin Young. © 2019 In Motion Productions, Inc. Please visit www.MoreArtistsMovies.com.

Imaginative colorful drawings and fabricated objects are pixilated on location. No digital or optical effects were used in filming. Aaron’s experimental animations are quintessentially cinematic. One frame at a time with her Bolex camera, the films explore qualities unique to pre-digital movie-making augmented by Jane's own handmade production tools and techniques. The films have been seen on PBS, HBO, Showtime, & TV networks internationally; Metropolitan Museum of Art & Museum of Modern Art and other permanent collections; Animation Festivals in Annecy, Zagreb, Ottawa, Bristol, and Hiroshima; and NY, London, Edinburgh, Sydney, Telluride and Tribeca Film Festivals.

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  • "Aaronimation"

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    (1974-1989 / 2019, 28 minutes)
    Music & sound design by Donald Fagen; Larry Packer, Richard Grando & Steve Silverstein; Lee Dichter; & Andy Aaron. Digital restorations from 16mm film with thanks to New York Women in Film & Television, DuArt Media Services, Linda Young and Irwin Young. © 2019 In ...

  • "American Pixilation Dance Theatre presents"

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    (by Jane Aaron and Skip Blumberg, 1975, 3 min)

    Alice Wexler, Skip Blumberg and Jane Aaron (in order of appearance) perform impossible choreography, antic stunts and magical tricks for a pixilating 16mm Bolex camera on location at Stony Clove Notch Pond in the heart of the Catskill Mountains.
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  • "This Time Around"

    1 video

    (1989, 3 min) Music: Donald Fagen
    Screenings: Whitney Biennial, Annecy Animation Festival, New York & USA Film Festivals, PBS’s “Alive From Off Center.”

    The camera breathlessly traverses landscapes and whirls into abstraction, all the while eye-ing fanciful foreground objects of domestic lif...