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The Geography of the Body
A quotation from Aristophanes, "The desire and pursuit of the whole is called love," precedes views of a man and a woman's bodies, often in extreme close up. Off-screen, a voice recites fragments of o...
The human eye, the human form, the human face: these are the three central images of this avant-garde collage and kaleidoscope of shifting and fractured images, changing colors, and pulsing rhythms. N...
1935 documentary about the hard working life of Welsh coal miners.
God Is Dog Spelled Backwards
In a joyous tour de force, the world's greatest paintings -- all schools, all periods -- flash by at the rate of eight per second; yet we are able to recognize and retain most.
On the Marriage Broker Joke as Cited by Sigmund Freud in Wit and Its Relation to the Unconscious or Can the Avant-Garde Artist Be Wholed?
Avant garde exploration of the marriage broker joke and other things.
A La Mode
A short surreal animation created with fashion magazine clippings and sound collages.
Remedial Reading Comprehension
An experimental short film by Owen Land, produced in 1970.
A free flow from photography to geometric abstraction hand-painted by Breer. - Harvard Film Archive
Studie II: Hallucinationer
"Studie II (Hallucinationer)" (Study II (Hallucinations)) (1952), comprises twelve staged scenes that were modelled after a set of drawings. Accompanied by metallic sounds, various body parts, limbs a...
Film in Which There Appear Edge Lettering, Sprocket Holes, Dirt Particles, Etc.
An experimental short in which the degradation of film is shown over time.
Case Study: LSD
A young girl relates what happened during her first LSD trip, when – among other things – her food began talking to her.
Everything Is a Number
Man's rebellion against the world of the digits.
The March of the Machines
La marche des machines (Deslaw,1927) is a sort of symphony of machines.
City of Gold
This classic short film from Pierre Berton depicts the Klondike gold rush at its peak, when would-be prospectors struggled through harsh conditions to reach the fabled gold fields over 3000 km north o...
Has to do with a consideration of one possible conceptual model for human existence: that of a primitive form of yardchair, upon which sits The Creator, impassively observing the inexorable flow of Hi...
Shot in 1959, Scotch Tape is Jack Smith's first film -- a joyous, three-minute romp, in color, using Peter Duchin's rhumba "Carinhoso" for its soundtrack. Three young men merrily bop through the wreck...