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June 02, 2010


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Nick Forster

I know nothing about Road to Salina but I just about jumped out of my seat when I saw Lewis Klahr mentioned. I had the chance to see "False Aging" twice this past semester and it blew me away. I really would love to get a hold of Klahr's other material. For anyone that wants to, False Aging can be watched here (although it doesn't do the film justice): http://tinyurl.com/28nu65e

Tim Lucas

A Mimsy Farmer interview has been conducted and is being prepared for the someday pages of Video Watchdog. : )


WHAT IS UP KENNY What kind of blog is this shit

you should post some pix of like Miley Cyrus or like Kirsten Dunst's toes that would be HOTTT


John Merrill

God, yes. Mimsy in "More". Even in "Riot on Sunset Strip". Is she still working?


Enjoy Mimsy, indeed. Thanks for the photo of the girl with the far away eyes.

Also, I feel obliged to mention that, as I type, four DVDs of Lewis Klahr's film work (from 1983-2004) are being prepared for release this summer. And, yes, the Mimsy-ific HER FRAGRANT EMULSION will be included on one of the discs. They'll be available exclusively at the Wexner Center for the Arts' bookstore and website: http://store.wexnercenterstore.com/index.html


Mimsy rocks. The sexuality that she brings to Delmer Daves' "Spencer's Mountain" is not only unexpected but downright palpable. I always found her compulsively watchable.

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