Pip Chodorov published Fluxus Films
We’ve only made a special edition for the FIAC, limited to a hundred numbered copies for €100 each. We could have made a lot of money with it, but didn’t want to put thousands of copies in circulation. We just wanted to make €10,000 with this project in order to implement Blu-Ray. For the time being, we’ve sold forty and are a bit behind on production. There are very few of us and we’ve got very little cash flow; it’s always difficult to put money up for each project. We’re struggling with five titles we should have released two years ago.
from an Interview with Pip Chodorov
Born in New York in 1965, Pip Chodorov is both a director and a film music composer. After studying cognitive science in the United States, he studied semiology in Paris. A member of Light Cone, the distributor in charge of videos that led to the creation of Re:voir in 1998, he specializes in experimental, historical and contemporary films. In 2003, he received the Anthology Film Archives award in New York for his work as a publisher.
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