Directed by Lois Siegel

        PARALYSIS is created by directly filming images  produced on an oscilloscope attached to a computer. The black and white image is then transferred to high contract copy, the internegatives are super-imposed for transitional sequences, and finally, color is added by re-filming the edited version on a rear-projection screen while using colored gels.

Second International Festival of Women's Films, New York City, 1976

Produced by Lois Siegel Productions Inc.
Director Lois Siegel
Computer Engineer Ray Jurgens
Assistant Richard Gingras
Music Terry Riley
Editor Lois Siegel
Technique Computer Film Animation
Format 3 minutes, 100 feet, 16mm, color, optical sound
Completed 1972


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