Fill the Screen

Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki

Fill the Screen shows us the nucleus of Myllymäki's movie perception. "Movie art is a glamorous hybrid of visual arts and sound art. Movie art is not a repetition of established practices, but the search for unused possibilities."

Production Year
2019
Duration
00:17:05
Type
Genre
Tags
Original Title
Fill the Screen
Production Countries
Finland
Dialogue
Yes
Sound
Yes
Cast
Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Author), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Cinematographer), Risto Laakkonen (Cinematographer), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Composer), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Director), Risto Laakkonen (Editor), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Editor), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Producer), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Script), Pasi Sleeping Myllymäki (Sound Design)
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Pasi "Sleeping" Myllymäki is a Finnish filmmaker known for his alternative short films in the punk and underground scenes. Myllymäki graduated as a graphic designer from the Lahti Institute of Fine Arts and Design in 1976. Inspired by the DIY mentality of punk, he began making his own Super 8 shorts with the amateur cinematographer Risto Laakkonen. Between 1976–85 they produced nearly 50 short films. Between 1979–82, Myllymäki published a fanzine called “Maanalainen kaitaelokuva” (Underground DIY Cinema). The published articles were frenzied rants against the conservative values of 8 mm enthusiasts and manifestos that heralded a “new wave culture”. Myllymäki's underground short films have been screened e.g. at Image Forum Film Festival, Japan, and Venice Biennale 2017.

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