Vampires Of London – Real Evidence! | Highgate Vampire | The Conspiracy Show | S1E12

Vampires – Could vampires be real? A well-known U.S. paranormal investigator and folklorist in New York City recounts the legend and evolution of the vampire throughout history and from culture to culture. A self-proclaimed vampire slayer in England describes his encounters with what he describes as ‘demonically re-animated corpses.’ He also reveals his involvement London’s infamous Highgate Vampire case in the late 1960s.
Stars: Richard Syrett, Jim Marrs, Richard Dolan, Richard Crouse, Nelson Thall, Michael Shermer
Michael Shermer, Stanton Friedman
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Shameless Self Promotion

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Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – Slow Moves

Jon Jost’s film ‘Slow Moves’ (1983) tells its story through the juxtaposition of a variety of narrative techniques. Along with the action, dialogue, and mise-en-scene, we have a verbal commentary from the actors, both in and out of character, and from Jost a musical commentary in the form of Jost’s song lyrics, and a visual commentary in the photography and editing. What emerges is a film which, while offering multiple points of view, sustains a carefully controlled narrative from beginning to end.

Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – 13 Fragments and 3 Narratives from Life

The subject of ’13 Fragments and 3 Narratives from Life’ is a girl called Katya; not an actress playing a part, but an ordinary girl who has collaborated with Jost in making a film about herself. The film employs the form and techniques of a documentary, but what emerges is a three-way dialogue between Jost, Katya, and ourselves in which it becomes increasingly difficult to distinguish fact from bias.

Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – Chameleon

Terry of ‘Chameleon’ (1978) is a character who seems to have lost touch with normal human feeling, and whose life is devoid of love, happiness, or purpose. But, being more intelligent than Tom, and having a capacity for self-examination, Terry is a more complex character. While Tom was just beginning to find his place in society, Terry is already established in his, he is a dealer in drugs and art (more or less the same thing in Jost’s view), and as such is an exploiter as well as a victim of society’s dehumanising currents.

Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – Introduction

Jon Jost, director of ‘Sure Fire’ (2002) and ‘All the Vermeers in New York’ (2002), began making films in the early 1960s. His films, which he made independently and on low budgets, demonstrate a creative imagination and seriousness of purpose which have earned him an important place in the history of American independent cinema. This series of articles explores the films he made in his first 20 years of film-making.

Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – 1, 2, 3, Four

Jon Jost’s ‘1, 2, 3, Four’ (1969-70) is another early short from which elements, both thematic and formal, can be traced into the features. It is an essay on political and social problems, constructed as a montage of images, dialogue, printed texts, readings, and action. The arrangement of these elements creates a dialectical process in which points of view are played off against one another both within each scene, and in the juxtaposition of scenes.

Jon Jost, Independent Film-maker – Conclusion and Filmography

‘Slow Moves’ is an anti-love story love story, ‘Stagefright’ is an anti-theatre theatrical piece, ‘Chameleon’ is an anti-art art-movie, ‘Angel City’ is an anti-detective story detective story, and ‘Speaking Directly’ is an anti-feature-film feature-film. It may appear that Jost, and he has been accused of this, is an anti-film film-maker. Jean Luc Godard has come to Jost’s defence on this point, saying: “He is not against the movies, he makes them move,” the point being that it is only the conventions Jost is attacking, not cinema itself, his aim being not to destroy, but to re-invent.

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