Cochiti "Cochiti" is a video film that documents a painting made by Marc Morrel within a three-month period between 1999 - 2000 The painting is inspired by a petroglyph the artist visited in Cochiti, New Mexico in 1994. The size of the painting is 180 X 125 cm. The film starts with the preparation of the canvas, and follows the process to the completion of the painting. The artist edited film, as well as the selection of the music, which is Native American. Marc Morrel is an American artist who has been living and working in Amsterdam sinds 1971. He has exhibited his paintings in the Gallery Spirit for the last six years, and has had many other exhibitions, both in Holland and internationally. The camera work was done by Milko Pindak, editing and sound, Marc Morrel. Music; Peter Kater and Carlos Nakai, “How the West was Won” Robbie Robertson,” Music for the Native Americans” and Buffy St.-Marie, “Coincidence and Likely Stories” Screened on (Arts Channel) Amsterdam Venceremos ! Director: Marc Morrel 20 minutes, color and black and white 16MM 1971
VENCEREMOS ! is a twenty minute dramatization of the death of Ernesto "che"Guevara in Bolivia The film stars Paul Diamond as 'Che', an incredible likeness to Guevara, and a man Who had connections with the United States Department of State, who was an eye witness to the events of the 8th -10th of October in Bolivia.Screened at the National Film Theatre London
OZ and Stuffed Bandits"OZ " 1969 16MM color, three minutes.music of the Incredible String Band, a short experimental film of theOZ magazine demonstration in London's Hyde park in 1969.
"Stuffed Bandits" The Netherlands 1971 16MM color, six minutesA filmed document of a happening in Paradiso, Amsterdam in April 1971 that was organized by a group of American and Dutch artists. An abstract journey of color, light and fascinating movement.Music by Terry Riley.
"Dreams an Autobiography" a work in progress. Started in New York City in 1964, continued in London from 1969 to 1971 Will be finished in 2014 in Amsterdam. Has been screened at the Filmmakers Co-opLondon and Amsterdam in 1975 16MM color & BW.