Posted on May 6th, 2010 1 comment
Guess what I just bought?
Yep, Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman releases on DVD May 25th. It has extra footage and deleted scenes, just as Eric Bricker promised when it was first shown here in November of 2008.
You can pre-order the DVD from now until May 25th, and it’s $25 flat, shipping and handling included. You’ll receive it 2-3 days after the 25th. Here’s where I went to order it, just now!
Yeah, I’m geeking out. But I’ve waited a long time to own this and freeze-frame till the remote fries out.mid-century modern, modern architecture, special events documentary, eric bricker, julius shulman, visual acoustics
One Response to “Julius Shulman Film Releasing on DVD”
samizdat May 7th, 2010 at 6:21 AM
Hmm, this sounds like a good idea. BTW, Ms. Weiss, thanks for the after-film Q&A at Webster U. Always fun to hear a little background on a project like this film. Also highly recommended: the six disc set of the films of Charles and Ray Eames. Gives one new insight into the meaning of creativity.