Apropos of Nothing - The History of Nothing - part three
May 10, 2013 7:41 AM   Subscribe

Four and eight years ago, I asked where I could obtain a copy of Eduardo Paolizzi's remarkable short film The History of Nothing on DVD. Added difficulty: I'm in America. Twist: I would gladly consider purchasing a 16mm print. Any leads?
posted by eschatfische to Media & Arts (3 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
Yale has a copy.
posted by Brent Parker at 12:18 PM on May 10, 2013

You could contact the company that manages the estate of Paolozzi and see if they have plans to release a dvd of his films at any point. Or how to acquire copies of the film as I assume they manage the rights to it.
posted by Marauding Ennui at 1:04 AM on May 11, 2013

British Artists' Film and Video Study Collection, as indicated here? But they seem to only have a 16mm copy, assuming I'm reading that right.

This "film fiesta" in London also seems to source back to the BFI.
posted by dhartung at 5:46 AM on May 11, 2013

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