• After 30 Years

      Paul Marchand's short documentary portrait of "The Adicts," a hugely influential punk band that has been touring underground since 1975. Filmed on 16mm film in cities across the country, the film was originally set to be feature-length until the footage was confiscated during the infamous "San Bernadino Punk Riot" in 2006.

      All that remains is this short piece, scored by Myra Moreta.

    • Isis Avenue

      Paul Marchand's short film documenting a "crime-scene cleanup" crew's early morning excavation of a home left abandoned by its deceased owner in Inglewood, California. The pasts of the professional clean-up crew who specialize in homicides, suicides, decomposition, and hoarding cases are as present as that of the deceased.

      Premiered at South by Southwest Film Festival in 2009.

    • Dementia

      "Dementia" is Paul Marchand's 17-minute experimental short film based on a young man suffering from a fictional brain disorder. The film combines color and black and white 16mm film with 35mm stills & was presented an award by William Friedkin at the Director's Guild of America in 2004. Marchand shot, directed and edited the film in 2001, at just 20 years old.

      Myra Moreta composed the original score.

     
     

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    • After 30 Years

      After 30 Years

      Paul Marchand's short documentary portrait of "The Adicts," a hugely influential punk band that has been touring underground since 1975. Filmed on 16mm film in cities across the country, the film was originally set to be feature-length until the footage was confiscated during the infamous "San Bernadino Punk Riot" in 2006.

      All that remains is this short piece, scored by Myra Moreta.

    • Isis Avenue

      Isis Avenue

      Paul Marchand's short film documenting a "crime-scene cleanup" crew's early morning excavation of a home left abandoned by its deceased owner in Inglewood, California. The pasts of the professional clean-up crew who specialize in homicides, suicides, decomposition, and hoarding cases are as present as that of the deceased.

      Premiered at South by Southwest Film Festival in 2009.

    • Dementia

      Dementia

      "Dementia" is Paul Marchand's 17-minute experimental short film based on a young man suffering from a fictional brain disorder. The film combines color and black and white 16mm film with 35mm stills & was presented an award by William Friedkin at the Director's Guild of America in 2004. Marchand shot, directed and edited the film in 2001, at just 20 years old.

      Myra Moreta composed the original score.