Video

interference

Leslie Peters and Dara Gellman

2003, 17:00 minutes, colour

TAPECODE 537.30

Interference deconstructs the visual and aural language of investigative "documentary" crime programs. Fragmented and rearranged found footage challenges the typical conditioned response to these "docu-tainment" TV shows, and reexamines their narratives of fear and threat.

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Critical Writing

Not coming to the multiplex: Toronto's Images Festival features...
by Liam Lacey. The Globe and Mail, Apr. 15, 2004.
On the Threshold: Videos By Leslie Peters
by Images Festival. Images Festival Guide, Apr. 2004.
Guts, gore & pussy galore
by Samantha Sarra. Xtra!, Apr. 3, 2003, no. 481.