Herb Shellenberger
htshell.org


⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️ SATURDAY APRIL 4, 10PM-1AM BST ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️

⚠️⚠️⚠️ DJ HTSHELL presents "MINIATURE BREAKDOWN Chapter One: Swamp Hag's Junkyard of Doom" ⚠️⚠️⚠️

An online DJ party via Jitsi.

If joining on desktop, just go to: https://meet.jit.si/MiniatureBreakdown

If joining on mobile, listen to the YouTube livestream above for the music!
And via the Jitsi Meet app, you can look at all of us online, but you won't hear anything through there.
So really it's just easier to use a computer!

UPDATE: This was really great, thanks to those who came. Unfortunately, YouTube did a copyright strike against the livestream about 90 minutes in. Tried to use as much open source software as possible to make this work but algorithms killed the party! Will think of an alternate system for the next one.














NEWSLETTER
Launched in January 2020, a regular newsletter/online publication I've started called Rep Cinema International, focusing on repertory and archival film programming around the world. It's a mix of repertory programming highlights, news, interviews with programmers, archivists and others who are invested in getting older films to screens both locally and internationally. It's a vibrant new publication and I hope you'll subscribe.

NEW PUBLICATION
Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller, published by Anthology Editions/Lightbox Film Center, 12/10/2019. Hardcover, 176 pages, 453 images. Edited by Jesse Pires, with writing by Jesse Pires, Bill Griffith, Susan Emshwiller, Jenelle Porter, Carolyn Carlson, Joanna Priestley and Herb Shellenberger. Illustration by Robert Beatty.

EVENTS & WRITING
4/22–4/26/2020: Osnabrück, Germany | European Media Art Festival 2020
Guest Curator of EMAF's Theme series (5–6 programs), part of the festival's film program for the 2020 edition. This series—loosely titled "Face & Mask"—forms part of the festival's overall theme, "First Person Plural". More details soon.

3/10–3/12/2020: "The Magnaminal World of Klaus Lutz", article for Projections, Tyneside Cinema's artist program
Commissioned writing on the films of Swiss artist Klaus Lutz on the occasion of a 16mm film tour at BFI Southbank (March 10), Pavilion (March 11) and Tyneside Cinema (March 12).

1/27/2020: Introducing IFFR’s Tiger Short winners on IFFR Daily
Writing for International Film Festival Rotterdam's website about the winners of the Tiger Short Award 2020.

1/19/2020: London, UK | London Short Film Festival @ Soho Theatre
Q&A with artist Wong Ping at "PLATFORM: Wong Ping"

1/18/2020: London, UK | London Short Film Festival @ Rich Mix
DJ HTSHELL at LSFF 2020 Awards + Party

12/5/2019: London, UK @ BFI Southbank
Guest speaker ("A Practical Toolkit for Diversifying Archive Film Programming") at ICO Archive Screening Day

11/14/2019: Vienna, Austria @ Austrian Film Museum
Guest speaker at 100th Birthday of Maria Lassnig Symposium and Film Programs in association with the Albertina Museum

10/30–11/12/2019: World Wide Web @ Vdrome
Introduction to Monika Uchiyama's a new use (2018)

11/5/2019: London, UK | London Korean Film Festival @ ICA
Introduction to Kim Ki-Young's Goryeojang (1963)

10/24/2019: Edinburgh, UK @ Edinburgh Napier University
Guest speaker at Cinematic Inclusions: Documentary Traditions and Experiments in Lithuanian Cinema

10/23/2019: Glasgow, UK @ CCA Glasgow
Guest speaker at Cinematic Inclusions: Documentary Traditions and Experiments in Lithuanian Cinema

10/19/2019: Philadelphia, USA @ Lightbox Film Center
Introduction to Ed Emshwiller's Image, Flesh & Voice (1969) + George Dumpson's Place (1965), part of Dream Dance: The Art of Ed Emshwiller