Here it is, Frames of Reference. If you missed the Tuesday post on the film here's one last overview: No sound from the films themselves, all done to one piece of music instead of the usual multiple snatches of music in montages (the music being Complex City, composed and conducted by Oliver Nelson, a piece so extraordinary with so many different tempos and breaks it cries out for film use) and with the idea being no chronological order, no genre order or preference, simply the language of film referencing itself. The opening section is purposely slow and methodical as is the music. Then it builds until at the 5:40 mark everything ramps up for the minute long finale. Enjoy.
P.S. If you have good speakers and are in a place where you can turn it up please do to get the full effect. *** Also you might want to let it fully load before playing it so it doesn't keep stopping.
**** UPDATE ****
Frames of Reference has now been uploaded to YouTube for those having problems viewing it through Blogger. To view it on YouTube or embed it go here. Thanks.