Luis Chaluisan Rocker Roller Rican “Salsa The Untold Story” On Google Plus seen by 2,258 Viewers.

Rocker Roller Rican “Salsa The Untold Story” Achieves 18,967 Downloads from The Cloud while Video On Demand Release On Google Plus seen by 2,258 Viewers.  

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ROCKER ROLLER RICAN “Salsa The Untold Story”
3 Fold Release August 1, 2014 WEPAwebTV – New Edge Theater
Release 3: 1267 Views
Release 2: 541 Views
Release 1: 450 Views
Overall Google Plus Stream Count:
Aug 1, 2014 Google Plus surpasses 2,000,000 views
Sept 12, 2014 Google Plus surpasses 2,224,186 views
https://plus.google.com/u/0/+LuisChaluisan/videos

“Rocker Roller Rican” Part Of Underground Film Movement Using Social Networking . Experimental film or experimental cinema is a type of cinema. Experimental film is an artistic practice relieving both of visual arts and cinema. Its origins can be found in European avant-garde movements of the twenties. Experimental cinema has built its history through the texts of theoreticians like P. Adams Sitney (and others film critics in different countries), and its distribution process through non profit organizations like The Film-Makers’ Cooperative in New York, and similar cooperatives in many other countries through the world . An experimental film is often characterized by the absence of linear narrative, the use of various abstracting techniques, asynchronous (non-diegetic) sound or even the absence of any sound track. Most such films are made on very low budgets, self-financed or financed through small grants, with a minimal crew. Experimental film emerged in Europe in the 1920s because cinema had matured as a medium and avant-garde movements in the visual arts were growing. Dadaists and Surrealists explored experimental films. The most famous experimental film is Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí’s Un chien andalou (1929).
French Impressionists explored narrative experimentation, rhythmic editing and camerawork, and an emphasis on character subjectivity. In 1952, the Lettrists avant-garde movement in France and the Ultra-Lettrists created an uproar with their approach to filmmaking. The U.S. had some avant-garde films before World War II. By the early 1960s, a different outlook became perceptible in the work of American avant-garde filmmakers. With very few exceptions, Curtis Harrington among them, the artists involved in these early movements remained outside of the mainstream commercial cinema and entertainment industry. The term describes a range of filmmaking styles that are generally quite different from, and often opposed to, the practices of mainstream commercial and documentary filmmaking. Avant-garde is also used, for the films shots in the twenties in the field of history’s avant-gardes currents in France, Germany or Russia, to describe this work, and “underground” was used in the sixties, though it has also had other connotations. Today the term “experimental cinema” prevails, because it’s possible to make experimental films without the presence of any avant-garde movement in the cultural field. While “experimental” covers a wide range of practice, an experimental film is often characterized by the absence of linear narrative, the use of various abstracting techniques—out-of-focus, painting or scratching on film, rapid editing—the use of asynchronous (non-diegetic) sound or even the absence of any sound track. The goal is often to place the viewer in a more active and more thoughtful relationship to the film. At least through the 1960s, and to some extent after, many experimental films took an oppositional stance toward mainstream culture. Most such films are made on very low budgets, self-financed or financed through small grants, with a minimal crew or, often a crew of only one person, the filmmaker.

Salsa Magazine’s Administrators have divied up storage of the “Rocker Roller Documentary” (featuring “Salsa The Untold Story”) on the Top 10 Cloud Storage Services to internationally distribute the film by forwarding the download link to 857 Latino Student Unions, 127 Cultural Centers, and 194 University Multicultural Departments plus 30 US Latino Television Affiliate Stations.
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