“Normal Porn for Normal People” is an appropriated media piece that explores our societal need to consume violence for entertainment. The film comments on the fetishism and romanticizing of violent imagery, while observing the link to commercial consumerism that both demonizes and exploits human sexuality. Interview segments from prominent serial killers expose and echo our endless need to devour salacious content by glorifying and normalising both real and fictional violence. Sexuality and sexual images remain a convenient scapegoat that facilitates a continued avoidance regarding the impact that the glorification of violence has within American culture.
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CANTATA IN C MAJOR, 7min, USA, Horror/Musical
Directed by Ronnie Cramer
Six-hundred-five film clips are assembled and used to create a piece of electronic music. As the visual component appears in the center of the screen, the original analog audio is sent to the left channel while it is simultaneously converted into digital music data and sent to the right channel.
ABOUT THE PRODUCTION:
Film Type: Animation, Documentary, Experimental, Short
Runtime: 7 minutes 40 seconds
Completion Date: June 13, 2014
Production Budget: 100 USD
Country of Origin: United States
Country of Filming: United States
Film Language: English
Shooting Format: Digital
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Film Color: Color