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The Films of Blaine Dunlap and Sol Korine

1981, 3/4 transferred to DVD, color, sound, 25 minutes
a film by Sol Korine and Blaine Dunlap

MOUTH MUSIC demonstrates the distinctive modes that the human voice, the most influential of all musical instruments, takes on in southern folk music and folk culture. These modes can span traditional a cappella performance styles as well as unique expressive vocal forms that have evolved as part of daily life, work, and play: hollerin’, jump-rope rhymes, “eephing,” nonsense songs, auctioneering, drill sergeant’s patter and others.

1983, 16mm transferred to DVD, color, sound, 38 minutes
a film by Sol Korine and Blaine Dunlap

Harmony Korine on this film: “My father and his partner made this documentary about kids who ride bulls. These kids are very tough.  When you see a small child ride a massive bucking bull it confirms everything that is beautiful about life and the world.” All films courtesy of Sol Korine

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