2008-11-11

Chimera Arts

Iggy in The Eskimo Girl
Iggy in The Eskimo Girl

Ranting is normally destined for the main site of this domain, Unfinished Projects, thank you for visiting once and so often… but rules are to be broken, even Church rules…That horrible blasphemy of a browser, truly a work of the devil and its main representative here on earth, Mr. Bill Gates, messed up the Holy Church’s website the last couple of weeks… but only if you browsed the Holy Church with the dreadful Internet Explorer.

The Reverend found out that the objects that broke the layout were the recently added YouTube movies. It took his holiness hours of his precious time and a couple of Guinness beers to repair the damage done but he appears to have miraculously accomplished this gargantuan chore.

The fact that not one single congregant spotted the mistake fills his Reverend’s heart with joy. Apparently none of you uses Satan’s little browser. But of course it could also be that none of you actually visits this blog or gives a damn about it. In that case the Reverend can only give you Father Jack Hackett’s advice: feck off!

But let us forget and forgive and lead you through the narrow path that leads to all things Iggy. Anthony Stern’s movies are distributed by Chimera Arts and this is what they have to say about our favourite subject:

Iggy The Eskimo Girl
UK/2008/4’/16mm/stereo
Produced by Sadia (2008) and Anthony Stern (1968) • Directed by Stern • Edited by Tayler/Sadia/Stickley
Based on footage originally shot in 1968, this is a portrait of Syd Barrett’s girlfriend Iggy, referred to ubiquitously and affectionately by those who knew her in the late 1960’s as ‘Iggy The Eskimo Girl’. Taken from: Chimera Arts New Films.
Iggy filmstrip
Iggy filmstrip at Chimera Arts

The text is accompanied by 5 stills of the movie that have now been added to the gallery.


Direct link: Chimera Arts. Posted on 2008-11-11 at 13:29.
Tags: Anthony Stern Iggy Rose


 

 

 


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© Felix Atagong, The Holy Church of Iggy the Inuit, 2008.

Picture: © Chris Lanaway, 2010.
Celebrating 10 years of The Holy Church of Iggy the Inuit. Picture: © Chris Lanaway, 2010.