Ryang and Filippone discuss their work re-editing popular media to create unfamiliar worlds
Filmmakers Andrew Filipone Jr. and Robert Ryang will discuss how they work with film and television, re-editing familiar scenes to create unfamiliar worlds on screen.
Robert Ryang works at editorial house P.S. 260 in New York City. His video “Shining” (2005), which turns Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror film The Shining into what plays as a preview for a father-son family comedy, sparked the recut trailer internet phenomenon.
Filmmaker Andrew Filippone Jr. splits his time between client commissions through his firm Telling Story, Inc., and personal projects. Filipone’s “‘Charlie Rose’ by Samuel Beckett” renders Rose both interviewer and interviewee in an absurd meditation on technology and identity.