Found Footage Magazine

Found Footage Magazine is an independent and printed film journal distributed worldwide. It offers theoretical, analytical, and informative content that hinges on the use of archival images in media production practices.

  • Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller cover
    Issue #7

    Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller

    Their approaches to found footage, at once likeminded and singular, have served Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller well since 1999, during which time the two of them have collaborated on nearly thirty films and photographic works. Girardet and Müller, throughout their entire corpus, dissect not only the body of film, digging around in its bones and guts, but also the body of film history, making connections between seemingly disparate organs that may have existed decades apart, connected by visual patterns, themes, or ideologies.

  • Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller cover
    Issue #7

    Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller

    Their approaches to found footage, at once likeminded and singular, have served Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller well since 1999, during which time the two of them have collaborated on nearly thirty films and photographic works. Girardet and Müller, throughout their entire corpus, dissect not only the body of film, digging around in its bones and guts, but also the body of film history, making connections between seemingly disparate organs that may have existed decades apart, connected by visual patterns, themes, or ideologies.

  • Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller cover
    Issue #7

    Special Issue on Christoph Girardet & Matthias Müller

    Their approaches to found footage, at once likeminded and singular, have served Christoph Girardet and Matthias Müller well since 1999, during which time the two of them have collaborated on nearly thirty films and photographic works. Girardet and Müller, throughout their entire corpus, dissect not only the body of film, digging around in its bones and guts, but also the body of film history, making connections between seemingly disparate organs that may have existed decades apart, connected by visual patterns, themes, or ideologies.

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