What Farocki Taught


Rental Format(s): 16mm

A Stubborn film, containing a perfect replica, shot for shot (in color and English) of Harun Farocki's astute 1969 b/w German film, Inextingusihable Fire --about the production of napalm by Dow Chemical for the war in Vietnam; the abuses of human labor; and about documentary filmmaking.

Filmmaker's Note:

Attention--Projectionist Please Be Careful

This print of What Farocki Taught has a normal academy leader (in color)--but the film itself begins with a black and white academy leader with voice over, which should be left on the body of the film when screening.

If you remove the color academy leader in order to add a trailer, or to tie this print to another before it--

PLEASE REMOVE ONLY THE COLOR ACADEMY LEADER, INCLUDING THE 2 SECONDS OF BLACK AFTER THE "2"... BUT LEAVE THE BLACK AND WHITE (BLUE ACTUALLY) LEADER AND EVERYTHING ELSE WITH THE FILM!

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