Various work from the 1990s made with the defunct Fisher-Price Pixelvision camera has been recently collected on DVD, headlined by the featurette ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET and rounded out by the 1995 documentary AT SUNDANCE (co-directed with Amy Hobby).      ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET premiered at the 1992 Toronto Film Festival and was awarded a citation from the National Society of Film Critics for “expanding the possibilities of experimental filmmaking.”

Various work from the 1990s made with the defunct Fisher-Price Pixelvision camera has been recently collected on DVD, headlined by the featurette ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET and rounded out by the 1995 documentary AT SUNDANCE (co-directed with Amy Hobby).  

ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET premiered at the 1992 Toronto Film Festival and was awarded a citation from the National Society of Film Critics for “expanding the possibilities of experimental filmmaking.”

 ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET – Pixelvision transferred to 16mm film; 56 minutes.

ANOTHER GIRL ANOTHER PLANET – Pixelvision transferred to 16mm film; 56 minutes.

Available here on DVD

“The film packs a heavyweight artistic punch through its formal daring and endearingly romantic pessimism… Almereyda and cinematographer Jim Denault imbue the monochrome material with an ethereal, otherworldly quality that manages to be extremely seductive while resembling the inside of somebody’s head.” - Jason Wood, 100 American Independent Films (BFI Publishing)

The DVD features two Pixelvision shorts – ALIENS and THE ROCKING HORSE WINNER – plus AT SUNDANCE, a documentary co-directed with Amy Hobby, featuring Richard Linklater, Ethan Hawke, Todd Haynes, Greg Araki, Abel Ferrara, Atom Egoyan, Robert Redford and many others.

From the DVD pamphlet: