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Bucks Burnett Presents

Sunday Sept 25th at 6 PM VideoFest presents

SPINAL TAPE : A TRACKUMENTARY

In 1992 Dallasite Bucks Burnett began videotaping interviews with rock stars and collectors for a documentary about the 8 track tape. What was intended as a 1-2 year project became a 19 year odyssey; the documentary, Spinal Tape, will wrap and be released by Burnett in 2012 on the 20th anniversary of its conception through Burnett’s Eight Track Museum. Over 40 musicians granted interviews for the project, including Jimmy Page, Tiny Tim, Talking Heads, and Jim Dandy of Black Oak Arkansas. This special Preview Edition will be the first public showing of the material.

TINY TIM : ONE MAN PARADE

The late Tiny Tim enjoyed a rich Dallas history, and was managed by Bucks Burnett from 1982 until his death in 1996. This first ever documentary about Tiny Tim centers around a house concert given by Tiny at the Lakewood residence of Paul and Tammy Gore on July 4, 1994. The live, one take performance showcases obscure patriotic songs and over the top rants about America by Mr. Tim, concluding with a casual interview about all things patriotic. This will be the first public showing of the performance.

At Hyena’s Dallas Comedy Club

Bucks Burnett’s opinion of the deletion of the word ‘cassette’ from its Oxford Dictionary (concise edition) has now made it to TIME magazine.
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The Video Association of Dallas is dedicated to promoting an understanding of video as a creative medium and cultural force in our society, and to supporting and advancing the work of Texas artists working in video and the electronic arts. Through its programs and information services, the Video Association intends to educate and inform artists, students, educators, critics, video and film producers and an interested public so they may better understand, appreciate and evaluate the creative possibilities of the video medium. It will also provide a forum for the work of regional video artists, in order to stimulate excellence in their work and provide the opportunity for dialogue and critical discussion.

One response to “Bucks Burnett Presents

  1. Malcolm

    Wish I could be there! Would love to the Gumball footage from 1993. — Malcolm

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